THERE will be a full programme of Remembrance Day Services taking place on Sunday in local communities as the area Remembers at this very special November 11.

In Cowdenbeath there will be a service at the First World War memorial in the Public Park at 1.30pm followed by the service at the memorial outside the town house at 2.30pm.

There will be the parade to the town house shortly before 2.30pm.

In Cardenden the Pipe Band will lead the parade.

Everyone is asked to gather at the Railway Tavern before the parade departs from outside where Bowhill War Memorial Club once stood at 10.45am for the service at Auchterderran War Memorial.

The minister, Rev Donald Lawrie, will conduct the service which will include the wreath laying ceremony and a tune from the Pipe Band.

Cardenden Events Committee's chairman Alex Burns said: "It is a very special day commemorating the centenary of the signing of the armistice and we hope there is a good turn out from the ABCD villages.

"After the service there will be free hot soup in the Railway Tavern."

At 11am on Sunday November 11 the people of Benarty will gather a Ballingry Cemetery to pay their respects and lay poppy crosses on all the War Graves in the cemetery.

Then at 3pm the Service of Remembrance will take place in the Lochore Bowling Club.

Added organiser Stephen Nardone: "We will then proceed to the War Memorial in Lochleven Road for the wreath laying ceremony and afterwards there will be refreshments served in the Bowling Club.

"'Battle's Over' to remember the 100th anniversary of the ending of the Great War will be taking place throughout the UK and St Serf's Church in Benarty will be taking part in this ceremony.

"At 6.55pm buglers will sound the Last Post and at 7.05pm the bells will be rung as part of the Ringing Out For Peace. Afterwards there will be a short service followed by refreshments."

Lochgelly will mark the centenary of the end of the First World War with a Remembrance parade at the war memorial on Bank Street. The parade will march from Lochgelly Centre arriving at the cenotaph at around 10:45am, with the ceremony beginning shortly thereafter.

Any organisation or persons taking part in the parade are to meet in the car park at Lochgelly Centre at 10:30am. Anyone with a wreath to collect can do so from Tom Henderson from 10am onwards.

The annual Remembrance service takes place in Lumphinnans at the War Memorial in Main Street, at 10.15am and will be taken by the Rev M Mateos .

Kelty's Remembrance day service will be held at the revamped War Memorial in Station Road and then later in the day a service will be held at the Lassodie memorial.

As part of the commemorations in the village there is a large poppy fountain at the and there is also a crocheted poppy display in the church.

Said Rev Hugh Steele: "There are 282 large poppies outside the church - one for each name on our village war memorial.

"The poppies flow from the two small windows in our very own tower (stair well) at the side of the church and spread out to the garden below.

"The poppies have been individually made from material by members of the church, community and Primary Schools."