The services will honour the British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women lost during the two World Wars.
Remembrance Sunday is an annual opportunity to remember and honour the service of all the people who defended our freedoms and protected our current way of life. Many events will be taking place across the UK as Remembrance Sunday takes place on Sunday, November 13.
Towns across Hertfordshire will be hosting events in honour of the British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen we lost during the two World Wars. It is always held on the second Sunday in November and the day marks the ending of the First World War.
Millions of people will mark the day by wearing the well-known poppies as a symbol for Remembrance Sunday.
Stevenage Borough Council
On Sunday, November 13 a Stevenage service will be held in the town centre. The event will be held from 10.30-11.30am. The service will be led by Reverend Chandrika Perera of St Hugh and St John.