Dalry paid tribute to those who have lost their lives in conflict with the annual Remembrance Sunday commemorations.

Veterans, elected members, including Deputy Provost Robert Barr, and local organisations and charities marched together in a procession through the town on Sunday, November 10.

Pipers led the parade to the park where a Service of Remembrance was held.

Those attending then joined the rest of the nation in falling silent on the eleventh hour to honour those who lost their lives in both World Wars and more recent conflicts.

The events of Remembrance Sunday were not the only commemorations taking place in the town.

Dalry Station Garden Group created a beautiful Remembrance Display of poppy sculptures and tin helmets.

The town’s Co-op Funeralcare also had a window display paying tribute to the servicemen buried in Dalry Cemetery.

A dozen men, some of whom were as young as 20 when they were killed, are buried in Commonwealth War Graves at the cemetery on West Kilbride Road.

Of the 12 servicemen interred, 10 died as a result of the First World War. The two who were killed during the Second World War were just 20.