WATCH: Berwick pays its respects at Remembrance service
Berwick residents paid their respects to the fallen on Remembrance Sunday at the Castlegate war memorial.
This year’s event marked the 102nd anniversary of the outbreak of World War One.
Scores of people lined the street to watch a parade by church leaders, civic dignitaries, military personnel and community groups.
Prayers were said before The Last Post sounded at 11am and a two minutes’ silence was immaculately observed.
Wreaths were then laid by dignitaties including deputy Lord Lieutenant Stuart Birlett before the civic party and clergy, followed by the parade, moved to the town hall where Mayor Ivor Dixon took the salute.
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Earlier, a civic service of Remembrance took place at St Andrew’s Wallace Green and Lowick Church Of Scotland conducted by the Reverend Doctor Adam Hood and the Reverend Dennis Handley.
Berwick Concert Band provided music at the memorial.