Penwortham came to a standstill for the annual Remembrance parade.Advertisement
This year’s service marked 100 years since the guns fell silent to end the First World War.
Bands, standard bearers and military veterans were all part of the procession.
They made their way to the Cenotaph at Liverpool Road, Penwortham Hill, for a short service to pay respects to those who have given their lives in conflict.
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Chris Hough was there to capture some photos, under wet Preston skies, of the parade and service.
And here’s an aerial shot by Stephen Melling showing the remembrance crowd from above
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