Lincoln hosted a special remembrance service on Armistice Day on Saturday as members of all three armed forces marched through the city centre.
Around 90 military personnel from the Army, Navy and RAF took part in one of the country’s most poignant celebrations on Saturday, with this year commemorating the centenary of the end of World War One.
Troops from the three forces marched from St Martin’s Square past the city’s Guildhall, down the High Street, before stopping for a wreath-laying service at the War Memorial.
After the service the troops continued southward towards the Cornhill area of the city before the parade was dismissed in City Square to mark the end of the event.
The Lincoln Armistice Service is an annual event organised by City of Lincoln Council with the help of the Royal British Legion.