The community of Ardrossan remembered the fallen on the 101st year of the signing of the Armistice.

Local organisations, including the Boys and Girls Brigades, Brownies, Scouts, Sea Cadets, and others joined veterans, elected members and residents for the annual Remembrance Parade in the afternoon of Sunday, November 10.

There were also services of Remembrance across the local churches in the morning, when the two-minute silence was observed on the eleventh hour.

Led by pipers, the afternoon procession left from the library at 12.30pm and made its way to Ardrossan Cemetery.

There are 61 Commonwealth War Graves in the cemetery from both World Wars.

A Service of Remembrance was held at the cemetery and wreaths were laid by representatives of the council, emergency services, and local groups in honour of those who have died in conflict.

Herald photographer Charlie Gilmour attended the parade and service, where he captured Ardrossan’s beautiful and touching tribute.

See this week's Herald for more pictures.