TOWNS and villages across the district paused to remember the fallen on Remembrance Sunday.

Communities came together to pay tribute to those who died in past conflicts, with services taking place at churches and memorials across Tynedale.

Through her role as Deputy Lieutenant of Northumberland, BBC Look North presenter Carol Malia joined the community of Prudhoe for their remembrance parade. The parade through the town started at the Legion car park and finished at the lychgate war memorial at St Mary Magdalene Church.

In Corbridge, a church service took place in St Andrew’s Church following a parade, led by the village’s branch of the Royal British Legion. Over in Haydon Bridge, there were joint services of remembrance held at St Cuthbert’s Church and at the village’s war memorial. Hundreds of people gathered in Hexham for the town’s annual acts of remembrance which included a parade from Argyle Terrace to the war memorial.

Joining members of the public in the march were soldiers from 3 Regiment Royal Horse Artillery, the Army cadets and air force cadets. At the conclusion of the parade, wreaths were laid.

A combined service of remembrance was held at the Holy Cross Church in Haltwhistle, while there was an act of remembrance for the village of Bellingham, led by the Rev. Susan Ramsaran.

There were also services in Allendale, Otterburn, Corsenside, Falstone, Mickley, Stocksfield, Wylam and Ponteland.