Remembrance Day Parade in Barton
Barton came together on Sunday (November 11) to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice serving their country.
The Remembrance Day Parade worked its way from the Citadel in Barton to the War Monument, where wreaths were laid.
A silence was observed at 11am, joining people across the country, before a service was held at St Mary's Church at 11.30am.
Standards were laid in the Church and the names of the fallen read out.
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The Parade was led by members of the town's Salvation Army, Barton Town Mayor Cllr Paul Vickers, Inspector Brett Rutty of the Humberside Police, and representatives from groups such as Barton Lions, the Victory Club and local cadets.