North Walsham War Memorial Hospital will be staging its usual wreath laying ceremony on November 11 – but at the earlier time of 9.30am.
Timings are slightly different this year due to special events being held throughout the day marking the centenary of the ending of the First World War.
Members of the public, hospital supporters and families of in-patients, are welcome to attend the ceremony outside the hospital.
The hospital was opened in 1924 in honour of 99 men from the town , and another 80 from surrounding villages who gave their lives serving their country in the Great War.
It will involve the vicar the Rev Paul Cubitt, the hospital Friends, a standard bearer from the Royal British Legion, trumpeter and members of the local army and air cadets.
There is also a 10.30am service at the parish church, and a 2pm march from the Memorial Park to the church later in the day.