Members of Manning Valley Pipes and Drums will travel to Forster to commemorate 100 years since the signing of the First World War Armistice on November 11.
The performers will play Battle’s O’er at the Lone Pine Memorial, joining hundreds of others across Australia and around the world.
“Our ceremony will start at 10.30am, so that we can hold a minute of silence at 11am on the dot,” Forster-Tuncurry RSL Sub Branch secretary, Graham Kernick explained.
“We are hoping to get a large crowd for the 100 year anniversary, and we hope the weather will be kind.
“I, like many, have a personal interest in this special day. I had an uncle who died in the First World War, and my father is a veteran.
“We owe them all a lot, and at the 100 year anniversary I sincerely hope we get a big crowd and people have a minute to spare to pay their respects to the immense sacrifice these people made.”