PEOPLE across South Lakeland will pay their respects to the fallen this Remembrance weekend.

In Kendal, the Royal British Legion (RBL) veterans will be gathering at 8.40am on Sunday to lay wreaths at Romney Gardens Memorial along with the town mayor, Cllr Alvin Finch.

This will be followed by a service and wreath laying at the Market Place war memorial at 9.30am and then there will be a parade starting at 10.30am to Kendal Parish Church for a remembrance service.

In the Lakes, the Langdale branch of the Royal British Legion will take part in a service at Langdale Parish Church, on Sunday, at 10.30am and at St Marys Church, Ambleside, at 3pm.

On Monday at 11am, the legion will lead the Armistice Day two-minute silence at Ambleside Market Cross, followed with a short service at Ambleside Primary School at 2.15pm, by the plaque in a wall which commemorates former pupils who died in the First World War.

In Grasmere, the Sunday service at St Oswald’s will begin earlier at 10.50am followed by a procession to the war memorial where wreaths will be laid during a short service at 12.15pm.

Afterwards, the village society and WI will provide a warming cup of tea in the village hall.

In Levens the village Remembrance service will take place at St John’s Church on Sunday at 10am.

In Milnthorpe, on Sunday commemorations will start when the parade assembles by the Market Cross at 2.20pm. The group will then march to the war memorial for a service at 2.40pm, then proceed to Christ the King Roman Catholic Church on Haveflatts Lane for a 3pm service followed by refreshments.

In Old Hutton a service will be held at the church on Sunday at 10.50am and on Monday at 10.45am there will be a commemoration at the village primary school.

There will be a full programme of events held in Sedbergh throughout the weekend at St Andrew’s Church.

On Saturday there will be an exhibition and poetry reading put together by ex-service personnel from 2pm. On Sunday a service will b e held at 10.30am along with the Last Post and wreath laying. And, at 7.30pm Sedbergh Town Band will give a Remembrance day concert.

In Windermere, at 2pm, there will be a wreath laying and the playing of the Last Post followed by a procession from the war memorial to St Martin’s Church in Bowness. There will be refreshments after the service.