COMMUNITIES across Ceredigion, northern Pembrokeshire, and northern Carmarthenshire have paid their respects with a number of Remembrance Sunday parades and services taking place.

The services saw soldiers, cadets, veterans, politicians, and community leaders come together to honour those who have lost their lives serving their country.

Sunday’s events came after a series of events on Armistice Day on Saturday, which marked 105 years since November 11, 1918, when the First World War came to an end as the Armistice was signed.

Following a parade through Cardigan, the service at the town’s cenotaph was well attended.

Tivyside Advertiser: Cardigan town councillor Stephen Greenhalgh prepares to lay a wreath.Cardigan town councillor Stephen Greenhalgh prepares to lay a wreath. (Image: Elaine Evans)

Among those to lay a wreath was Cardigan town councillor Stephen Greenhalgh, whose brother, Lance Sergeant David Greenhalgh, was killed in action in 2010 whilst serving in Afghanistan.

Flags were also flown near Ceredigion council buildings, and the council buildings were also illuminated in red over the past fortnight.

Tivyside Advertiser: The Remembrance Sunday parade in Cardigan.The Remembrance Sunday parade in Cardigan. (Image: Elaine Evans)

A parade took place from the Golden Mile to a packed St Mary's Church in Fishguard, with a service being held and then wreaths being laid at the war memorial.

Tivyside Advertiser: Crowds at the Remembrance Sunday service in Fishguard.Crowds at the Remembrance Sunday service in Fishguard. (Image: Newsquest)

Take a look through the pictures from each of these events at the top of the page.