The people of Kendal turned out to pay their respects on Remembrance Day. 

Held in Market Square, the town folk were joined by members of the armed forces, veterans, the RAF, the cadets and Mountain Rescue to hold a minutes silence at the eleventh hour. 

The ceremony was joined by Kendal Mayor Douglas Rathbone and Liberal Democrat MP Tim Farron who laid wreaths at the foot of the memorial statue in the square.

More than 100 people from the public were there to mark the occasion.

Remembrance Day, also known as Armistice Day is held on November 11 every year to mark the conclusion of the First World War that ended in 1918.

It is held as a mark of respect to the casualities of wars and conflicts across the world.