Hyndburn will honour those who gave their lives in war with Remembrance Day services and parades throughout the borough.
Events are being held in Accrington, Altham, Church, Clayton-le-Moors,Great Harwood, Oswaldtwistle, Huncoat, Rishton and Baxenden.
There are also events set to take place on Armistice Day, Friday, November 11.
A maroon flare will mark the start of a two-minute silence which staff and customers will be asked to join in at 11am, at Accrington’s Arndale Centre,
At the same time, a two-minute silence will be held outside Accrington Town Hall, when people are invited to join the Mayor of Hyndburn, Coun Colette McCormack, councillors and members of the Royal British Legion.
The Mayor of Hyndburn, Coun Colette McCormack said: "It’s a chance to pause and reflect on the sacrifices made by our brave service men and women, and pay tribute to those in the borough who have made the ultimate sacrifice."
Accrington Stanley players and fans marked the occasion on Saturday, November 5 when the Accrington branch of the Royal British Legion paraded on the Crown Ground.
This was followed by a two-minute silence before the match against Bristol Rovers.
Great Harwood Golf Club will also mark Remembrance Sunday with players being asked to wear a red item of clothing, or poppy to raise money for the Royal British Legion. Chairman Andy Dean said: "We felt it was important we marked Remembrance Sunday and did our bit to raise funds for the British Legion.
"Many of our members have family or friends currently serving in the Armed Forces so it’s a cause that touches most of us."