The Queen’s State Funeral will be shown at Bordon Working Men’s Club, All Saints Headley and The Living Room Cinema in Liphook.

Bordon Working Men’s Club spokeswoman Sarah Jaggers said: “Monday, September 19, will be a sad day for the world.

“With the sad loss of Queen Elizabeth II, we will all be coming together to watch her laid to rest. We will be opening the club from 10.45am to watch Her Majesty’s funeral if you would like to join us.”

All Saints Headley spokeswoman Tina Wareham said: “All Saints Headley are planning on inviting everyone that wishes to, to come to the church centre on Monday, September 19, to see the funeral of our late Queen Elizabeth II live on a big screen. We will post more details once they have been confirmed.”

The Living Room Cinema will be covering the funeral from 9am to 1pm and no tickets are required.

Whitehill Town Council is organising an event for the National Moment of Reflection on the Eve of the Funeral of Her Late Majesty the Queen on Sunday, when there will be a minute’s silence at 8pm.

A spokesperson said: “Residents of Whitehill and Bordon are invited to Jubilee Park on Sunday from 7.45pm onwards to hear our town mayor, Cllr Leeroy Scott, say a few short words before the minute’s silence at 8pm.

“Residents are asked to gather by the Queen’s Green Canopy Cherry Tree. We look forward to seeing you there. Please walk to Jubilee Park if you can.”

There are other National Moment of Reflection ceremonies taking place across East Hampshire:

Alton - Alton Assembly Rooms lawn, led by town mayor Cllr Ginny Boxall and deputy town mayor Cllr Suzie Burns, 7.50pm.

Liss - War Memorial Green outside Triangle Community Centre in Mill Road.

Horndean - By Platinum Jubilee tree, Jubilee Hall, Crouch Lane.

Grayshott - The Square, Headley Road.

Bentley - Memorial Hall, Hole Lane.

Greatham - Residents are encouraged to step outside on to Longmoor Road or Petersfield Road just before 8pm to observe the silence as a community.

These Parish of the Resurrection services on Sunday will all include a short act of remembrance and a minute’s silence:

Communion Service, Church of the Holy Rood, Holybourne, 9.30am.

Communion Service, St Mary’s Church, Lasham, 10am.

Communion Service, All Saints Church, Alton, 10.30am.

Morning Service, St Lawrence Church, Alton, 10.30am.

Evensong, Church of the Holy Rood, Holybourne, 6pm.

Evensong, St Peter & Paul’s Church, Shalden, 6pm.

A spokesperson said: “Everyone is welcome to join at this time of national mourning and preparation for the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II.”

The vicar and church wardens of St Peter’s Parish Church in Petersfield invite all to a service to commemorate and give thanks for the life of the Queen on Sunday at 4pm.

Later in the evening there will be a simple service of Comline at 7.30pm, leading into the national silence at 8pm.

Petersfield’s proclamation of the accession will belatedly be given in The Square just after 8pm on Sunday.

It comes after Petersfield Town Council and East Hampshire District Council faced criticism for holding the town’s proclamation behind closed doors at the Penns Place council offices last Sunday.

All are welcome on Sunday to witness the historic occasion, which will follow the evening church service at St Peter’s. At 7.50pm the congregation will move out into The Square to observe the minute’s silence at 8pm, hear the proclamation and sing both verses of the national anthem.

The Black Sheep pub in Sheep Street, Petersfield, will show the whole State Funeral on its nine screens, with a toast to the new King Charles III afterwards.

Petersfield’s Square Brewery, off The Square, will be open from 9am on Monday to show the Queen’s state funeral “to enable the community to come together in honour of the life of Her Majesty”.

The Folly Wine Bar in College Street, Petersfield, will be open from 9am on Monday to show the procession and ceremony of the funeral. It will remain open until 5pm.

The Triangle Centre in Liss will be showing the funeral from 9am and refreshments will be available.