THOUSANDS of people across the country will remember fallen soldiers and mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.

All corners of the county will stop for Remembrance Day next month to pay their respects to those who gave their lives for our freedom and several commemorative events will be run in Romsey.

Below is a list of all the events that will be run until November 18:

l Romsey School, October 26, 7pm – Phoebe Merrick illustrated talk “After the War, The Peace: Romsey in 1918” - Tickets £5 from Romsey Visitors Centre.

l Romsey United Reformed Church, October 30, at 7.30pm – “100 a Concert of Remembrance” Tickets £10, concessions £9 from Romsey Visitor Centre.

l Romsey School – November 2, 7pm – Dr. Emily Mayhew, Imperial College London, “Wounded – The Long Journey Home from the Great War” – Tickets £5 from Romsey Visitors Centre.

l Romsey Railway Station Poppy Memorial – November 10, 11am, a moment of reflection for the lives lost in the 1914-18 conflict.

l Romsey War Memorial Park – November 11, at 11am, act of Remembrance at the War Memorial followed by the march of serving military, veterans and community groups in the Market Place.

l Romsey Abbey, November 14, at 7.30pm, “Concert to remember the end of The Great War of 1914 – 1918” with Patricia Hammond international acclaimed mezzo soprano accompanied by Matt Redman, poetry and readings by students and guests of Romsey School and songs from Romsey Male Voice Choir. Tickets £10, concessions £5 from Romsey Visitor Centre and Romsey Town Hall.

l Romsey Abbey, November 18, at 3pm. – Thanksgiving Service free entry.