REMEMBRANCE Day in 2020 will be an affair those who have served on behalf of the nation never could have imagined.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's event will be focused on the health and safety of attendees, with all of the appropriate guidelines and procedures to be in place.
Remembrance Day will be marked in Leeton on Wednesday and, unlike Anzac Day earlier this year, residents will be allowed to attend and pay their respects.
Limited numbers will apply, but usually Remembrance Day is a more quiet and poignant affair compared to Anzac Day where residents typically stand shoulder-to-shoulder at various services throughout the day.
Remembrance Day in Leeton will require participants to be at the town's cenotaph in the main street just prior to 11am.
The fire station will sound a siren right on 11am when a minute's silence will be held.
Vehicles in the area of the cenotaph at this time have been encouraged to stop while this minute takes place in order to show respect.
A short service will make up the remainder of commemorations.
Those who wish to lay flowers on the cenotaph are encouraged to do so throughout the day, keeping in mind the COVID-19 safe rules.