HERE’S a round-up of services in Ryedale.

Acklam: Service of Holy Communion at 9am in the Church of St John the Baptist in Acklam on Remembrance Sunday before the Parish comes together for a Service of Remembrance at St Mary in Birdsall at 10.30am.

Ayton: Memorial service, St John the Baptist Church, Main Street, East Ayton, at 10am, on Sunday, November 11, followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the Ayton War Memorial in the church grounds.

Brompton-by-Sawdon: Village war memorial which is opposite the Forge tea rooms. This act of Remembrance, which will be taken by Dr Don Jones, commences at 10.55am and includes the two minutes' silence. It continues at All Saints Church at 11.15am. Those who would prefer not to stand outside are welcome to come directly into church where the two minutes' silence will also be kept.

Farndale: Remembrance Service (with Holy Communion) at St Mary’s Church, Farndale, at 2.30pm on Sunday, November 11.

Helmsley: All Saints Church, 10.45am parade, 11am bells, laying of wreaths and Remembrance Day service. 7.05pm Ringing Out for Peace and A Cry for Peace around the World.

Hovingham: 10.45am, All Saints Church, service and wreath laying by village clubs and societies; after the church service, lunch will be served in the village hall.

Kirkbymoorside: 10.40am march from the Moorside Club to the War Memorial at All Saints Church for a Service of Remembrance and wreath-laying. 6.55pm - Pump Hill, Kirkbymoorside Town Brass Band, are taking part in the Battle is Over.

Leavening: Service at 10am on Sunday, November 11, led by Louise Hayes, Methodist Church lay worker. The service will be followed by a short act of Commemoration at 11am outside church.

Malton: Memorial service and wreath-laying at the war memorial, at 11am, followed by a parade.

Norton: 10am service at St Peter’s Church, with laying of wreaths. The church will be open from 2pm to 4pm for people who want to visit Norton’s war memorial, which is the chapel. The Festival of Remembrance at Norton College on Friday, November 9 has been cancelled.

Oswaldkirk: Services at 9am, St Aidan’s, 10.50am, St Oswald’s. Bell ringing - 12.30pm at St Oswald’s.

Pickering: 10am, Parish Church holds its weekly Sunday Eucharist, which concludes at 11am with an Act of Remembrance at the town war memorial, which is in church. At 2pm, the Service for Remembrance Sunday is held in church, followed by wreath laying at the Memorial Hall.

Sherburn: Remembrance begins with a service at the Methodist Chapel at 10am and will process to the monument for 10.45am to remember all who gave their lives. There will be tea and coffee in the Chapel Hall afterwards. In the evening gather at the community club from 6.15pm when there will be a time for remembering and the lighting of the beacon. The sky will be illuminated in red, white and blue, the piper will play the final lament and then the church bells will ring to herald the centenary of the ending of the First World War. There will then be a buffet celebration in the Community club.

Thornton-le-Dale: 10.40am, wreath laying at the Cenotaph.