EVENTS to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War will be taking place across Pembrokeshire this month.

  • Thursday, November 8

SCREENING of ‘Oh, What a Lovely War’ at Pembroke Town Hall. 7pm, tickets £2.50.

  • Friday, November 9

ARMISTICE supper at 6.30pm at the Picton Centre, Haverfordwest, organised by Haverfordwest Civic Society.

Tickets £13, available from Victoria Bookshop.

A SERVICE of dedication for the freshly restored First World War chapel will take place at 7pm on Friday, November 9, at St Katharine and St Peter’s church, Milford Haven.

VETERANS’ buffet dance, 7pm at the Town Hall, Pembroke. Tickets £5.

NEYLAND Ladies’ Choir will share the stage with Pembroke and District Male Voice Choir at Pennar Community Church, for the ‘Pembroke Dock 1918-2018: Concert of Remembrance’ at 7.30pm.

Tickets, £10 and £8, on sale at the Heritage Centre.

  •  Saturday, November 10

PEMBROKE Dock WI breakfast at the Pater Hall, 10am and noon. Tickets £5 from Councillor Pam George or any WI member.

SERVICE of Remembrance at Military Cemetery, Pembroke Dock, at 3pm.

THE Heritage Centre in Pembroke Dock is offering free entry to servicemen and veterans on Saturday, November 10.

PEMBROKE and Monkton Local History Society centenary event at Pembroke Town hall from 10am.

Presentation, film premiere of local stories and displays.

Free entry, call 07584 429224 for more information.

HAVERFORDWEST Civic Society presents a talk by Ted Goddard about Captain Frances Cromie.

7pm at the Picton Centre. Free for members, £3 for non-members.

‘A VILLAGE at War’ tells the story of a young couple, Tom and Mary who become engaged just as war is declared.

Follies Theatre, Folly Farm, 7pm. Tickets £12/£6.

  • Sunday, November 11

NEYLAND Town Council’s service of remembrance will take place at the war memorial at 2.15pm.

If weather is unsuitable, Bethesda Baptist Chapel will be used.

The council is also lighting a beacon of remembrance at 7pm at Brunel Quay Car Park.

The mayor will light the beacon, which will be one of hundreds released across the country to mark the centenary.

The event begins at 6.45pm, with a wartime-style singalong afterwards.

MILFORD Haven’s service will take place at the Cenotaph on Hamilton Terrace, with a parade setting off at 10.40am for an 11am service.

A beacon will also be released in the grounds of the Pill Social Centre, Milford Haven, at 7.30pm.

An event organised by the town council will include performances by Milford Haven Town Band and Amateur Operatic Society.

From 6pm until 10pm, free entry, and food and drink available.

A PEACE vigil will take place at the Friends, Meeting House, Priory Road, Milford Haven, at 1pm on Sunday, November 11.

The predominantly silent service is open to those of all faiths, and will involve prayers for a future free from war.

STEYNTON church 'Battles Over' service at 6.30pm.

A BEACON will also be lit at The Beacon Field, Marloes, at 6.55pm, with The Last Post, and a reading of Tribute to Millions.

PEMBROKE Dock’s Remembrance parade will take place in Pembroke Dock on November 11.

Leaving the community school at 2.30pm, the route will include Bush Street, leading to St John’s Church, where there will be a service and wreath laying ceremony at the Cenotaph.

The town has also been decorated with poppies in readiness for the day, and drummers from Samba Doc will be among those taking part.

MEET at Pembroke Town Hall at 10.30am for the town’s parade, heading to the Cenotaph for a service at 11am.

GRAHAM Phillips will play Battle’s O’er at 6am at Pembroke Cenotaph.

MONKTON Priory Church will hold a service at 6pm.

THE Last Post will play out at 6.55pm, followed by a beacon lighting at Pembroke Castle at 7pm.

At 7.05pm, St Mary’s Church will take part in Ringing Out for Peace, one of a thousand churches and cathedrals across the country ringing out their bells in celebration of peace.

A BEACON will be lit at Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre at 7pm, preceded by a short service.

A COMMEMORATIVE ‘sand art’ event will take place at Freshwater West from noon until 3pm.

Part of a series of events on beaches around the country supported by film director Danny Boyle.

A huge portrait of Major Charles Alan Smith Morris, designed by artists Sand In Your Eye, will be drawn in the sand and washed away by the tide.

  • Monday, November 12

A ‘PROJECT Peace’ exhibition opens at spacetocreate, Riverside Shopping, Haverfordwest, at 6pm on Monday.

Intergenerational art project led by Pip Lewis, working with Meadowpark day centre and Prendergast School pupils. Continues until Thursday, November 29.

SERVICE at Freshwater West at 11am.

  • Thursday, November 15

THE VC Gallery in Haverfordwest will host a powerful and emotional exhibition called the Art of Remembrance.

Thursday, November 15, at 12.30pm at the Bridge Street gallery.

Official opening at 7pm.