Ceremonies and parades are due to be held throughout the North-east to remember servicemen and woman killed in conflict.
Representatives of the Armed Forces, veterans groups, cadets and community organisations will join the Lord Provost George Adam, pictured, and other public officials to commemorate Remembrance Sunday.
Events are traditionally held on the second Sunday in November – the closest Sunday to Armistice Day, November 11, the anniversary of the end of hostilities of World War 1 in 1918.
Pittodrie is due to host the first of the remembrance events today at the Richard Donald Stand from 10.35am.
The brief ceremony is part of the Somme 100 Living Memory Project from AFC Heritage Trust.
In the city the Lord Provost will lead the service with public representatives join serving forces, reserves, veterans and cadets to remember the sacrifices made in conflict.
A short ceremony will be held at the war memorial on Schoolhill at 10.50am on Sunday.
Prayers will be said and hymns sung before two minutes of silence are observed to remember the fallen at 11am. The Lord Provost will lead the laying of wreaths at the memorial. A church service will be held at the Kirk of St Nicholas Uniting at the conclusion of the ceremony.
Representatives of the Armed Forces and ex-service organisations will form in Little Belmont Street from 10.15am and parade to the war memorial headed by Grampian Police Scotland Pipe Band.
Music at the memorial will be provided by Bon Accord Silver Band.
The Lord Provost said: “The people of Aberdeen are strong supporters of our armed forces and we will join together as a community to remember the sacrifices made on our behalf.
“We remember all of those who have given their lives, and those who have been injured physically and mentally by conflict. We should never forget them.”
There will be road closures in place from 10am until noon with Schoolhill closed between Back Wynd and Blackfriars Street, Belmont Street, Little Belmont street, Gaelic Lane and Denburn Viaduct between Union Terrace and Blackfriars Street.
Broad Street and Upperkirkgate will be closed for a short period from 10.30am to allow the civic procession to make their way from the Town House to the war memorial on Schoolhill.
In Aberdeenshire, Legion Scotland has organised a number of parades throughout the region.
Turriff will be holding its service from 10.15am where a parade will march to the square before a service and two-minute silence at St Andrews Church.
This will be followed with a march to the war memorial in the town.
Buckie will not be holding a church service this year but the parade will start outside the legion to the war memorial on Cluny Square.
A service will be held at St Andrew’s Kirk, Inverurie, at 9.15am onwards, moving to the town’s war memorial at 10.45am.
The Armistice parade will then march past the town hall.
Legion Scotland has also organised a parade in Banchory. Starting at the Gordon Highlander memorial at 9.20am, there is a wreath laying ceremony and then a parade through to the burgh office memorial for a wreath laying at 9.40am. This will be followed by a parade along the high street and at 10.10am, the Colour Parties (flag bearers) will gather outside Banchory St Ternan East Parish Church for a service at 10.30am.
The Howe Trinity Parish Church in Alford will hold a service at 9.30pm joined by Alford Scouts and Guides. Afterwards, there will be acts of remembrance at the parish war memorials – 10.55am at Alford, 11.30am at Tullynessle, and noon at Keig. Kintore Parish church will hold its own remembrance at 10am, led by Reverend Neil Meyer, with a two-minute silence to follow at the church gates afterwards.
The Old Parish Church in Fraserburgh will hold a service after a parade starting at 10.30am outside the Broch Royal British Legion. It will be followed by a march to the war memorial.
There will be a remembrance service at Methlick Parish Church on Sunday from 10am-11.30am and a wreath laying at the memorial.
In Stonehaven, the church service has been changed to South Church after part of the roof of St James Church collapsed. There will be a parade starting at 10.15am that will proceed through the Market Square before the service and up to the war memorial after.
There are several more church and wreath laying services throughout the area. Check in with your local church, councillor or community group.