Stevenston joined the nation in commemorating the 101st year since the end of WWI.

The Armistice was signed at 11am on November 11, 1918, putting an end to the First World War.

Last weekend, the community of Stevenston joined local organisations, council representatives, veterans and charity groups to honour those who lost their lives in the Great War and succeeding conflicts since.

A Service of Remembrance took place at the town’s War Memorial on Remembrance Sunday, November 10.

There are 29 identified casualties of both World Wars buried in Stevenston.

New Street Cemetery is the final resting place for 15 men killed in both World Wars – 11 from the First and four from the Second. Among them is Stevenston native Alexander Lambie who was just 19 when he was killed in 1918.

A total of 14 identified servicemen who lost their lives in WWII are buried at Hawkhill Cemetery.

See this week's Herald for more pictures.