Remembrance Sunday 2018: Buxton marks centenary of First World War armistice - in pictures

Commemorations have taken place in Buxton to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.

Sunday, 11th November 2018, 2:51 pm
Updated Monday, 12th November 2018, 7:53 pm
Buxton Remembrance,

Large crowds gathered at the cenotaph on The Slopes for the traditional Remembrance Sunday service and two-minute silence, which was followed by a procession to the Pavilion Gardens. Photos by Jason Chadwick.

Local cadets and scout and guide groups were represented.
The service was held at The Cenotaph on The Slopes in Buxton.
The parade passes the saluting stand.
Cadets on parade to the Pavilion Gardens following the service.
President of the Buxton branch of the Royal British Legion, Robert Nicol.
The service was led by the Rev Keith Cocking together with the Rev Andrew Parker.
Chelsea pensioner John Wiseman joined this year's service and parade
Chelsea pensioner John Wiseman at the cenotaph on The Slopes.
Fairfield Band lead the procession.
Wreaths are laid at the Cenotaph on The Slopes in Buxton.
High Peak Mayor Linda Grooby places a wreath at the cenotaph on behalf of the town.
Veterans patiently wait to lay their wreaths.
Members of the U3A choir also performed during the service.
Corporal Tony Owens, who sang I Vow to Thee My Country during the service.
Flags and standards are lowered as a mark of respect to the fallen.
Chelsea Pensioner John Wiseman marches in the parade to the Pavilion Gardens.
The standard bearers march off.
The parade passing the saluting stand outside the Old Hall Hotel.
The Naval Cadets leading the parade.
The U3A choir also performed during the service.