IN PICTURES: Lisburn remembers the fallen

Last weekend the city of Lisburn paused to remember the fallen of two world wards and numerous subsequent conflicts.

Thursday, 15th November 2018, 4:36 pm
Updated Thursday, 15th November 2018, 4:41 pm
The High Sheriff of Belfast Gillian Bingham, The Mayor of Lisburn & Castlereagh Uel Mackin, The Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim Mrs. Joan Christie and Sir Jeffrey Donaldson MP were among those who laid wreaths. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.

The Royal British Legion lead the Remembrance Sunday parade and service from Sackville Street to the war memorial in Castle Street, where wreaths were laid by dignitaries including Lagan Valley MP Sir Jeffrey Donaldson, the Mayor of Lisburn and Castlereagh Councillor Uel Mackin, and Lord Lieutenant for County Antrim Joan Christie CVO OBE.

Dignitaries, councillors, veterans and representatives of the Armed Forces paraded through the city centre accompanied by LIsburn Young Defenders and the PSNI Pipe Band.

Raymond Corbett, President of the Lisburn Branch of the Royal British Legion lays a wreath at the war memorial on Remembrance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
Ian Walker with hissSons Kyle and Ross, laying a wreath in memory of RM Cpl Stephen Walker who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2010. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
Members of the Lisburn branch of the UDR Association before parading to the war memorial on Remembrance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
Mrs Joan Christie, Lord Lieutenant for County Antrim lays a wreath at the Lisburn war memorial. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
The Mayor Councillor Uel Mackin laid a wreath at the UDR Memorial before the Service of Remembrance, with Maurice Leather, David Maguire and Johnston Beggs of the UDR Association. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
Lisburn Young Defenders leading the Royal British Legion parade home from the war memorial on Remembrance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
The Royal British Legion Colour Party on their way to the war memroial on Remembrance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
Army cadets on parade on Remembrance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
Lisburn and Castelreagh City Councillors pay their respects. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
Members of the Armed Forces leaving the war memorial on Remembrance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
The PSNI Pipe Band leading the parade through Lisburn on Remembrance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
Lisburn and Castlereagh City Councillors parade through the city centre on Rememrbance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
Veterans on parade on Remembrance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
Veterans on parade on Remembrance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
The Standards are lowered ahead of the parade on Rememrbance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
RMP, Members of the RMPNIA and RMP Cadets ready for the parade on Rememrbance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.
RAF Cadets on parade on Remembrance Sunday. Pic by Norman Briggs, rnbphotographyni.