Thousands of people in towns and villages across South Holland attended Remembrance Sunday parades and services.
Spalding had its traditional parade from Market Place to Ayscoughfee Gardens, where the Rev John Bennett led a service attended by more than a thousand people.
The chairman of South Holland District Council, Coun Michael Seymour, and MP John Hayes were among those laying wreaths at Spalding’s war memorial in the morning – both men also attended the traditional afternoon parade in Holbeach, which started at the community centre and finished at the town’s war memorial.
Young and old, including Second World War veterans, took part in the parades and services.
Colin Jackman, chairman of Spalding branch of The Royal British Legion, said: “The parade went very well.”
As well as air and army cadets, youngsters from the Scouts took part in the parade and service.
The choir from St Mary and St Nicolas Church sang in bright autumn sunshine as wreaths were laid by civic leaders and ex-service organisations. Members of the public also left their own tributes at the foot of the memorial.
In Holbeach, Stamford Brass played during the parade and played Last Post.