THIS Sunday marks 100 years since the end of the First World War, with remembrance events taking place nationwide.

Sussex played a key role in the war – in addition to the countless soldiers from the county who bravely served their country.

Several temporary hospitals were created here to treat injured soldiers, including in Brighton’s Royal Pavilion.

People can pay tribute to those who served during the conflict and all wars since at services on Sunday. They include:

6am, St Nicholas Church, Brighton

The Battle’s Over Commemorative Piper will be performing at St Nicholas Church.

9am, Regency Square, Brighton

The Royal Sussex Regimental Association Remembrance Service will be held at the Royal Sussex Regiment Memorial.

10.30am St Nicholas School, Portslade

A parade will travel from St Nicholas School, Locks Hill, to Easthill Park Memorial, leaving at 10.30am for a service at 10.45am. This service will be followed by refreshments at St Nicholas Church Hall.

10.45am and 2.15pm, Lewes Memorial and Westgate Street, Lewes

There is an armistice parade at Lewes Memorial starting at 10.45am and finishing at 11.30am.

There will then be a remembrance parade at 2.15pm that will start at Westgate Street and march to the Lewes Memorial in School Hill for a service. Following this, there is a church service at St Michael’s church in High Street.

11am, Old Steine, Brighton

A parade will go from Madeira Drive to the War Memorial at Old Steine. Upon arrival, there will be a service, wreath-laying ceremony and two minutes of silence.

11am, Old Shoreham Road, Hove

A wreath-laying service will be held at Hove Cemetery. This will happen first at the North Gate Memorial, followed by the same service at the South Gate Memorial.

11am, Worthing Town Hall, Worthing

A remembrance service will take place at the Worthing War Memorial with a two-minute silence at 11am, beginning with the first stroke of the town hall clock. The mayor and others will lay wreaths and take the salute at the march past at 11.30pm.

11am, Cornfield Road, Eastbourne

A service will be held at the War Memorial Roundabout, attended by the Mayor of Eastbourne and combined services organisations.

2.30pm, Grand Avenue, Hove

A service will be held at the War Memorial with a wreath-laying ceremony. A parade will march to All Saints Church for a full service of remembrance at 3pm.

4pm, Seaford Community Centre, Seaford

There will be a poetry recital by Brighton spoken word poet Tommy Sissons. Then there is a showing of the film Journey’s End, an adaptation of the play written by R C Sherriff, which is set in the First World War.

4.30pm, Palmeira Avenue, Hove

A service will be held by Brighton and Hove branch of the Association of Jewish ex-Servicemen and Women at the synagogue.