Services of Remembrance are taking place in the county to remember those who lost their lives during conflicts around the world.
Members of the public are welcome to attend.
A Remembrance service is taking place at Blyth Cenotaph at 11am on Sunday.
The parade will start in the Market Place at 10.10am.
Among those taking part in the parade will be ex and current servicemen, local dignitaries, police, fire service, St John Ambulance, cadets, Scouts, Guides and more.
A two-minute silence will be held at 11am after the Last Post is played and wreaths laid.
The Ashington branch of the Royal British League and Ashington Town Council will hold a service and parade on Sunday.
The parade, lead by Ashington Colliery Brass Band and featuring ex and current servicemen and local dignitaries, will start at 10.15am at the Royal British Legion HQ and head to the town’s war memorial.
A parade and service will also take place along Front Street, Bedlington, on Sunday, from 2pm, with the service being held at the town’s war memorial.