CROWDS gathered outside Wallasey Town Hall on Saturday to show their support and recognise the sacrifices and efforts of the armed forces and their families, both past and present.
Soldiers, sailors and airmen marched through the town to mark Armed Forces Day.
The parade began at the RNA Club in Seacombe before making its way to the town hall, where deputy mayor of Wirral, Cllr Les Rowlands, took the salute next to the flagpole.
The procession then continued to the Royal British Legion Club in Withens Lane.
Members of the Armed Forces march through Wallasey.
The parade makes its way to Wallasey Town Hall.
Five-year-old Josh Ellis, from Tranmere, looks on at the parade.
Soldiers pass through the town on Armed Forces Day.
Deputy mayor Cllr Les Rowlands takes the salute at Wallasey Town Hall.