Bideford will be marking the end of World War One with a series of events as well as the town’s annual Remembrance Day parade.

On Sunday a lone piper will join more than 1,000 around the world playing Battle’s O’er on the law at Chudleigh Fort at 6am.

This will be followed as a specially written tribute, as part of the Battle’s Over commemoration, marking 100 years since the guns fell silent at the end of the first world war.

Then in the town centre, an open air service will be held for Remembrance Sunday in Victoria Park at the war memorial.

There will be a wreath laying, organised by the Bidford branch of the Royal British Legion.

At around 11.30am, the Bideford Youth Pipe Band will lead the mayor and councillors to the Quay where they will take the salute.

The parade will then join the congregation at St Mary’s Church for a service led by The Reverend Leigh Winsbury.

Following the service, at approximately 12.25 pm, the parade will again march from St Mary’s, along the Quay, to the Pill, where they will be dismissed.

Then in the evening there will be further tributes at the Pollyfield Centre.

At 6.55pm buglers will sound the Last Post, and then at 7pm a WW1 Beacons of Light will be lit, in a tribute signifying the light of peace that emerged from the darkness of four years of war.