People across Levenmouth and the East Neuk are preparing to pay their respects on Sunday to members of the armed forces who died in the line of duty.
There are several services taking place in and around Levenmouth, the surrounding villages and along the coast throughout the official day of remembrance.
Details of each service are as follows:
Leven: Starting at 10.55 a.m and organised by Leven British Legion, the parade will form at the War Memorial and, following a ceremony, proceed to Leven Parish Church where a service will begin at 11.15 a.m.
Anstruther: At 11.45 a.m. the parade, organised by Anstruther, Kilrenny and Cellardyke Community Council will form at Anstruther Church on Burial Brae, then proceed north to Crail Road, west to St Andrews Road and arrive at Anstruther Cemetery for noon. Return by the same route at 12.15 p.m.
Buckhaven: Start at 10.15 a.m., organised by Richard Cameron Memorial District L.O.L. 64, the parade will form at Randolph Wemyss car park turning left onto Wellesley Road, march straight along Wellesley Road to the bottom of Sea Road.
East Wemyss: At 10.10 a.m. the parade, organised by East Wemyss and Macduff Ex-Servicemen and Community Council will form at The Haugh, East Wemyss to War Memorial on Main Street. March up West Brae to Main Road and on to the bowling club.
Kennoway: Starting at 10.50 a.m. the Remembrance Day Parade, organised by Kennoway British Legion, will form at Kennoway Shopping Centre and proceed to Kennoway War Memorial at Kennoway Parish Church.
Methil: Starting at 10.45 a.m., the Remembrance Day Parade, organised by Methil and District Sea Cadets, will form at Sea Road and then proceed along Wellesley Road towards the War Memorial, followed by a service at Methil Parish Church at 11.30 a.m.
Methilhill: At 10.30 a.m. the Remembrance Day Parade, organised by Methilhill British Legion Start will form at Main Street, Methilhill and proceed towards Grieve Street, Institution Row, Chemiss Road and return to the hall.