MARLBOROUGH Remembrance Sunday Parade saw people from near and far come to the town to take part in the traditional service.

Remembering those who had lost their lives in wars and conflicts from around the world, the High Street was closed as the procession, including representatives from military and emergency services, was inspected by mayor Mervyn Hall.

They were then led by the Phoenix Brass band from the Town Hall to the New Road War Memorial.

Children from the Scouts, Brownies and Rainbows also took part in the procession on Sunday morning.

Wreaths were laid at the memorial as people paid their respects including MP Claire Perry who visited the town to take part in the procession.

A service was then held in St Mary's Church.

On Saturday the town also fell silent at 11am to respect the two minutes silence for Armistice Day, before wreaths were laid at the 7th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment Memorial on London Road.