The Service will be held in Tonbridge Memorial Gardens from 10.30am. A special parade will follow the service, finishing at Tonbridge Castle Bailey Lawn.
From 2pm - 7pm there will be a free WW1 exhibition in the Castle Chamber featuring information boards, Gill Smith's 'The Hairshirt' sculpture and a sample of the knitted poppy carpet crafted by members of the local community.
Deputy Lieutenant Jacques Arnold will make a short remembrance speech at 6.45pm, accompanied by the Mayor of Tonbridge, followed by a performance of The Last Post by The 17th Tonbridge Scout and Guide Band.
At 7pm a beacon will be lit on the top of the Castle.
At 6pm there will be a fabulous display of fireworks at Tonbridge Castle following the Tonbridge Rotary Club Christmas Festival in the High Street.
This event is free of charge.
More information can be found here.
Santa is coming to Tonbridge Castle! Guests will enjoy either a delicious breakfast or Afternoon Tea followed by the chance to meet Father Christmas in the Great Hall, courtesy of The Old Fire Station.
There will be three sessions a day on the following dates: Friday 7, 14, 21 December, Saturday 1, 8, 15, 22 December and Sunday 2, 9, 16, 23 December.
Please note that the Castle attraction will be closed to the public on these dates.
For more information and to book your place, click here. Tickets cannot be bought on the door.