Hundreds of people lined the streets to see or participate in Newtown’s Remembrance Parade.

Held on Sunday, November 13, the service marking the armistice agreement that ended the First World War and commemorating the fallen wars since, a parade of local government representatives, town residents and uniformed organisations made its way through the town.

The parade began at 10.15am and travelled The Monty Club on Broad Street to the war memorial.

Among those marching in the parade was Craig Williams, Member of Parliament for Montgomeryshire, who spoke at the church service following the parade.

A civic service was held at the memorial, with Newtown mayor John Byrne leading a wreath laying ahead of the two minute silence at 11am.

The parade then departed from for the Baptist Chapel at 11.10am with the service led by Royal British Legion Chaplin, Rev Canon Nia Wyn Morris.

At 11.50am to parade returned to The Monty Club for an address by the mayor with a buffet for parade organisers and participants.