Remembrance 2018: Ripley parade and service marks Armistice 100 - in pictures

Commemorations have taken place in Ripley to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.

Sunday, 11th November 2018, 1:18 pm
Updated Monday, 12th November 2018, 8:53 pm
Standards are lowered for the Last Post.

Armed Forces personnel past and present were joined by local dignitaries, civic leaders and community organisations, with a parade from the Co-operative car park and a service at All Saints Church. Photos by Eric Gregory.

Salute for the fallen by former soldiers.
Standards are lowered for the Last Post.
The Last Post played by David Hill.
A wreath is laid by Amber Valley mayor Angela Ward.
The Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Derbyshire, Andrew Corcoran, lays a wreath.
The Ripley town wreath was placed by former mayor Shiela Emmas-Williams.
The largest crowd for many years enters the churchyard.
Jack Hewes and his children Ralph and Heidi look at one of the memorial displays.
The parade passes through Ripley market place.
The parade passes through Ripley market place.