In the event of bad weather, there will be no activities in the Town Square and the service will start at St Mary's Church at 10.50am.
Wreaths will then be laid by local groups including the Scouts, Cubs, Brownies, Red Cross, the fire service and the young people of Burley.
The parade of the town's ex-service and uniformed organisations will assemble in Grove House Gardens (at the rear of Grove House) at 10.15am, and it is hoped that residents will line the streets to show support.
This year Chatteris Branch of the Royal British Legion are inviting everyone to join in the Remembrance Day Parade.
The Burnham Village Twinning Association, which is hosting 36 French people for the weekend, will also be present.
At the end of the ceremony, everyone is invited to attend a short service of Remembrance in the Priory Church, Church Street, to pay their respects.
At Bardsley, at 10.30am church members will walk with Uppermill Brass Band from Byrth Road along Ashton Road to Bardsley War Memorial for act of Remembrance at 11am.
The parade will march up to the Framlingham War Memorial by 10.50am.
Bethan Phillip-Pritchard, Cromer Royal British Legion standard bearer.
The Remembrance Sunday service will start at the war memorial at 10.50am. Wreaths will be laid.
On Armistice Day a ceremony at the war memorial will be held at 10.45am.
A church service will follow the completion of the wreath laying.
Swinton: Service at 9.30am at St Margaret's Church followed by a parade to the war memorial for a tribute at 11am.
St. Peter's Church, High Street, 10.30am. Wreaths will then be laid at the war memorial outside the church.
Rawmarsh: Service at the war memorial on Rawmarsh Hill at 10.45am.
A second service will be held on Armistice Day, November 11, at the church at 10.45am.
A small ceremony will also take place on Monday November 11 at 11am at the War Memorial.
The service will be led by the Rev Dave Bull of All Saints Church.
The High Street will be closed from 8am to 12.15pm, including junctions leading onto it (Institute Road and Pound Lane), Station Road, Station Approach and the bridge.
St. Michael and All Angels Church, Church Road, 10.45am.
The Remembrance Sunday service will take place at St John's Church at 3pm.
The Royal British Legion will lay a wreath at the cross of remembrance on Monday at 1pm.
In homes and at Remembrance services across the country, the nation will fall silent for two minutes.
A special event has also been arranged to honour the war dead in Moorgate Cemetery.
St. Leonard's Church, St. Leonard's Close, 11.30am.
A two-minute silence will then be observed before a procession travels to St Mary's Church, in Church Street.