Over the past few weeks we have been writing stories about the centenary of the end of the Great War.

Here is a round-up of everything you need to know about events and acts to commemorate the fallen.

If you are looking for a Remembrance service to attend this year, the Standard has put together a list of services taking place on Sunday.

From Maldon, Burnham and Stow Maries Aerodrome to our villages, you can find out about them here.

Sunday's commemorations will culminate in a huge event in Maldon's Promenade Park.

Organised by Maldon District Council, the event will see film, music, readings and lights used to reflect on those who lost their lives in the First World War.

The commemoration, which gets underway at 6pm, will pay tribute to the millions that gave their lives for their country or returned home wounded during or after four years of war.

Across the district youngsters have been doing their bit to remember the fallen.

If you are serviceman or veteran First Essex is offering free travel to commemorative services on Remembrance Day.

Maldon and Burnham Standard:

Picture: Mikey Sewell

First Essex will not charge anyone who is travelling in military uniform or is able to produce a Ministry of Defence issued identity card with their branch of the military stated on Sunday, November 11.

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In Maldon, Guides, Brownies and Rainbows create an installation in memory of the war at the Methodist Church in High Street. Read about it here.

At Wentworth Primary School pupils recycled bottles to create a poppy memorial.

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Tiptree Scouts created a wall of poppies for the centenary. Read more here.

Silhouettes of Tommys and sailors have been created as an act of Remembrance.

Maldon's river bailiff Nigel Harmer came up with the idea and has created 50 which are standing proud across the district.

Maldon and Burnham Standard:

Picture: Mid Essex Camera Club member Cheryl Holland

Community contributor Oscar Yuill spoke to him for this story.

Ex-soldier Shaun Morgan has helped raise £1,000 for the Royal British Legion with his 8ft designs.

The Moot Hall in Maldon has been decorated with a huge poppy drape.

Wendy Munnion,chairman of the Maldon Flower Arranging Club, came up with the design, and 60 volunteers attached the poppies.

Read more here.

You can also find out about a Burnham war hero's diary which has been revealed ahead of the centenary.

And finally our piece on why Remembrance day is so important.