ACCRINGTON came to a halt at 11am on Sunday as people paid their respects to Hyndburn's fallen war heroes.
Hundreds gathered at a special service held in the town centre as well as venues in Altham, Church, Clayton-le-Moors, Great Harwood, Oswaldtwistle, Huncoat, Rishton and Baxenden.
Events began in Accrington with a parade at 10.30am from the car park on Crawshaw Street which saw people walking to St James' Church for a rememberance service.
Later, a wreath was laid at the cenotaph in Oak Hill Park by the Mayor of Hyndburn, Councillor Mohammed Rahman.
In Altham, people met at St James' Church for a service while in Church crowds left Bank Street at 10.40am and made their way to the war memorial in Gatty Park.
In Clayton-le-Moors people made their way from the town's civic hall on Pickup Street to All Saints Church at 10am before making their way on to Mercer Park at 11am.
In Great Harwood a procession made its way from Town Gate at 10.40am to the town's war memorial at 10.55am.
Huncoat's Remembrance Sunday parade involved people walking from the village stocks on Higher Gate on to the cenotaph at 2.30pm.
In Oswaldtwistle, people set off from Thwaites Street at 2.10pm to arrive at the war memorial at 2.30pm.
in Rishton a service was held at St Peter and St Paul's Church before a procession took place from Station Road to the town's war memorial.
People in Baxenden held their service at St John's Church at 3pm.
The previous day, Armistice Day, the Rev Kevin Logan conducted a well-attended service in Oak Hill Park.
Jean Lockwood, secretary of the Accrington and Church and Oswaldtwistle branches of the Royal British Legion said: "We had really good turn-outs all across the borough.
"I saw a lot of people at the Church and Oswaldtwistle events and Accrington's was very well-attended as well."
Council leader Peter Britcliffe said: "Remembrance Day services took place all across the borough and once again Hyndburn remembered the Fallen in a very dignified way."