The Birmingham community will be able to gather to mark Remembrance Sunday after Covid saw events cancelled or held online last year.
The city will hold its annual service in the city centre opposite St Philip’s Cathedral.
Tim Sunter, chairman of Brierley Hill Community Forum, said: “The community will be coming together on Sunday, November 14 to commemorate the fallen.
“For those who wish to parade, they should assemble at 10.10am in Bell Street South ready to move to the memorial at 10.45am.”
In a touching tribute to fallen heroes, over 200 poppies were laid across Brierley Hill on Wednesday 10th October, each one displaying the name of a fallen hero from the town and included their age and where they died.
The regeneration and enterprise boss for Dudley Council, Councillor Simon Phipps, thanked everyone who contributed to creating the stunning display of poppies at the Brierley Hill War Memorial.
He said: “The end result is poignant and moving, and a fitting way to commemorate the centenary of the War Memorial.”
The Royal British Legion will also be celebrating its centenary this year. More than 40,000 volunteers are back on the streets to raise funds for the Armed Forces after COVID-19 restrictions eased.
A spokesperson of Royal British Legion said: “We are looking forward to seeing collectors and volunteers around the town who continue to be the heart of our poppy appeal.
“Public support is essential as ever, as some members of the military community continue to need urgent help as a result of Covid-19.”
Though there was no main event in Birmingham last year due to Coronavirus, a live stream of the 2020 service was broadcast from St Philip’s Cathedral instead. However, no military parade or event took place on Colmore Row as in previous years.