A new Remembrance tradition will be established this weekend as the people of Dedworth and Clewer remember fallen war heroes on Armistice Day itself - instead of waiting till Sunday.

Armistice Day is always on November 11 - the day the guns fell silent 99 years ago at the end of the First World War.

Although a silence is always held at 11am that day Remembrance services are usually held on the nearest Sunday.

Reverend Louise Brown, who is vicar of All Saints Church, Dedworth and Reverend Rosie Webb, Rector of St Andrews in Clewer have combined forces to hold a joint open air Remembrance service on Saturday - Armistice Day itself - rather than on Sunday.

It takes place at Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground on Dedworth Road.

Uniformed organisations including military representatives, scouts and guides as well as councillors will be represented and wreaths laid.

Miss Brown said: "I am hoping this will begin a new tradition of holding Remembrance commemorations on Armistice Day itself.

"All faiths have always been made welcome to Remembrance services but holding it out of doors on a community site rather than in a religious building is a particularly effective way of doing this."

In Windsor itself Remembrance Day services will take place on Sunday as usual.

Windsor Parish Church will host the civic event with robed councillors processing from the Guildhall to the War Memorial next door shortly before 11am, where wreaths will be laid by the Mayor and representatives of uniformed organisations before the service.

At the nearby Holy Trinity Garrison Church in Claremont Road a simultaneous service will see locally based regiments laying wreaths on memorials inside the church and army padre Amy Laudon will preach.

At Eton's St John the Evangelist church the wreath will be laid outside in the Memorial Garden before the service begins.

At nearby Eton Wick a memorial service will happen at 3pm at St John the Baptist in the presence of local scouts.

In Wraysbury at St Andrew Church the Remembrance Day service will take place at 10.45am - while at nearby Horton a parade from the Village Hall will head to St Michael's Church for a 10.30am performance.

St Peter and St Andrew Church in Old Windsor will host that village's Remembrance Day Service at 10.45am.