On a beautiful morning, a parade, led by David King, proceeded to Caistor Methodist Church where a moving service of remembrance was led by the Rev Andrew Lomax and the Rev Canon Ian Robinson.
Following the service the parade made its way to the war memorial where an Act of Remembrance took place with the names of the fallen in the 1914-1918 and the 1938-1945 wars and read out to a large hushed crowd of local residents.
Louis King recited the Exhortation and the haunting sounds of the last post played by Ray Wylie echoed around the area as the flags were lowered before the two minutes silence.
Reveille was played before the laying of the wreaths on behalf of; The Royal British Legion, the Town Council, the Caistor and District Lions Club, Grasby Beavers and Scouts, Caistor Brownies, the Pink Berets, the Fire Service, the Grammar School, Yarborough Academy, Caistor Army Cadet Force, WRVS, the Lifeboats, the RAOB, the Police, West Lindsey District Council and Caistor 1st Responders.
Louis King said: ”Many congratulations to Muriel Smith of Nettleton for her fantastic window display in South Street and thanks to everyone for the poppy collections, especially the post office, and the generosity of the general public.”