Hundreds gather on the Square to mark the 100th anniversary since the end of World War One. PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER

Remembrance Sunday 2018: How Market Harborough marked the 100th anniversary of the 1918 Armistice

The biggest crowd for years turned out for Sunday's Remembrance Service in Market Harborough.

Here are some of the photos captured by photographer Andrew Carpenter for the Harborough Mail at Market Harborough's Remembrance Sunday parade and service marking 100 years since the guns fell silent in the First World War.

The Standard Bearers parade past the Old Grammar School. PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER

9. Remembrance Sunday 2018

The Standard Bearers parade past the Old Grammar School. PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER
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A group of women dressed up to remember the war widows and women who died during the war. PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER

10. Remembrance Sunday 2018

A group of women dressed up to remember the war widows and women who died during the war. PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER
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The wreath carriers during the remembrance parade in Market Harborough. PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER

11. Remembrance Sunday 2018

The wreath carriers during the remembrance parade in Market Harborough. PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER
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Andrew Granger Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Leicestershire lays the first wreath. PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER

12. Remembrance Sunday 2018

Andrew Granger Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Leicestershire lays the first wreath. PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER
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