Colour party at the Lisburn Cenotaph.

His Worshipful the Mayor, Councillor James Tinsley pictured laying a wreath at the Lisburn Cenotaph

The Rt Hon Jeffrey Donaldson MP MLA laying a wreath at the Lisburn Cenotaph.

The Rt Hon Jeffrey Donaldson MP MLA laying a wreath at the Lisburn Cenota

Brigadier George Norton, Commander 38 (Irish) Brigade, The Right Worshipful the Mayor, Councillor James Tinsley and Norman Davidson, Chief Executive Lisburn City Council pictured at the Lisburn Cenotaph.

Lisburn Mayoress Mrs Margaret Tinsley (left) and Lisburn City Councillors pictured at the Lisburn Cenotaph.

Lisburn Mayoress Mrs Margaret Tinsley (lef

Colour Party at the Lisburn Cenotaph.

Some of the people who laid wreaths at the Lisburn Cenotaph.

Some of the people who laid wreaths at the Lisburn Cenotaph.

Ex-servicemen at the Lisburn Cenotaph.

Robert Davidson - Conductor (left) and Tom Whyte - Chairman (right) pictured with Garvey Silver Band who provided the music at the Lisburn Cenotaph act of Remembrance.

Lisburn Young Defenders Flute Band at the start of the Lisburn Remembrance Day Parade.

Colour Party pictured at the start of the Lisburn Remembrance Day Parade

The parade leaving Sackville Street on its way to the Lisburn Cenotaph.

The parade leaving Sackville Street on its way to the Lisburn Cenotaph.

The parade leaving Sackville Street on its way to the Lisburn Cenotaph.

District and District Scout Commissioner, Noel Irwin and some Lisburn Scouts.

The parade leaving the Lisburn Cenotaph on its way to the Remembrance Day Service in First Lisburn Presbyterian Church

At the Remembrance Day Service in First Lisburn Presbyterian Church are L to R: Perry Reid - Clerk of Session, Brigadier George Norton - Commander 38 (Irish) Brigade, The Right Worshipful the Mayor - Councillor James Tinsley, Norman Davidson - Chief Executive Lisburn City Council and the minister, the Rev John Brackenridge.

Lisburn’s Deputy Mayor, Councillor Ronnie Crawford, pictured with some of the people who laid wreaths at the Seymour Hill and Conway Community Network Remembrance Service at the Memorial Garden, Rowan Drive, Seymour Hill.

Lisburn’s Deputy Mayor, Councillor Ronnie Crawford, pictured laying a wreath at the Seymour Hill and Conway Community Network Remembrance Service at the Memorial Garden, Rowan Drive, Seymour Hill.