A parade marched through the centre of Chesham on Remembrance Sunday to honour the sacrifice of local soldiers who gave their lives in battle.

The parade travelled from White Hill to the war memorial in The Broadway where a short ceremony was carried out.

Several local dignitaries were in attendance including Chesham's Mayor, Councillor Noel Brown.

The ceremony was incredibly inclusive, with locals of all ages and faiths participating. Local Muslim leaders lay wreaths at the war memorial, meanwhile a sizeable contingent from the local Brownies troupe could also be seen. Teenagers from the local cadet forces also took part in the short ceremony.

Ninety two year old Jim Manning wearing the naval hat he wore when he served on HMS Friendship during the Second World War, at the Chesham Remembrance service.

One of the veterans attending the parade was 92 year old Jim Manning, sporting the sailors hat which he wore during his time in the Royal Navy aboard HMS Friendship in World War II.

Chesham Boys and Girls Band led the parade and played the bugle ahead of the two minute silence.

The veterans then reformed their parade and headed to Market Square, where they interacted with the public.