Cllr Carroll said: "Remembrance Sunday is such a poignant day and means so much to so many people".
First York is offering free bus travel for serving troops, veterans and cadets (in uniform or with valid identification) on Sunday.
People across the world will pause at 11am on Friday to mark annual Remembrance Day commemorations for those who lost their lives in war.
Woodhouse Eaves: Rolling closure for Scout march 10.10am -10.30am.
The brief ceremony is part of the Somme 100 Living Memory Project from AFC Heritage Trust.
Redbridge Town Hall, two-minute silence at 11am.
The church service is being co-ordinated by Canon Philip Frear alongside Archdeacon of the Isle of Man, Andrew Brown, offering prayers.
On Sunday, November 13 there will be a Remembrance Sunday Service at 10.30am at the Rock Park War Memorial, followed by parade to the Parish Church. The silver band will continue on to the band hall.
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The parade is to form at Pocklington at 2pm for a 2.15pm start to the World War One Memorial by the Post Office where there will be a short wreath laying ceremony at 2.25pm.
Eye: The parade starts at the fire station where town organisations meet at 10.30am.
Swaffham: A parade will march from White Cross Road from 10.30am to the town's war memorial, where there will be two minutes' silence and a wreath-laying ceremony, followed by a service in Swaffham Parish Church.
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Sunday: Service at the war memorial at 2.15pm.
Cromer: Remembrance Day service at Cromer War Memorial, 10.45am.
Light refreshments will then be served in the Kings Hall.
Legion Scotland has also organised a parade in Banchory. 11am - Service at War Memorial and laying Of wreaths.
Remembrance service at St Mary's Church on Sunday, November 13 at 10.15am for 50 minutes.
The town mayor will also lay a wreath at the Locomotive Estate Memorial at 11am.
Other services include: Poppleton: Joint Act of Remembrance at War Memorial, 10.50am. Kintore Parish church will hold its own remembrance at 10am, led by Reverend Neil Meyer, with a two-minute silence to follow at the church gates afterwards.
Among others laying wreaths were sisters Vicky Micks and Heather Mattocks, who were honouring their father, Second World War vet Bill Mattocks, who died during the Remembrance Day service in 1990 as he led the Legion parade, and their mother Peggy.
It will be followed by a march to the war memorial.
A Service of Remembrance will be held at St Mary's Church, Masham on Sunday, November 13 at 10.45am.
Great Yarmouth: Remembrance Sunday service, starting at 10.55am at the Cenotaph in St George's Park.
Prior to the service there will be a laying up of drums and the laying on of the colours in front of the alter.