VIDEO: Bute pays tribute at Remembrance Sunday services

Bute residents paid their respects to the islanders who gave of their lives in the Great War - and in conflicts since then - at four services on Remembrance Sunday.

The first service took place at Port Bannatyne’s war memorial, led by Rev Owain Jones, followed by the Rothesay service, led by Rev Andrew Barrie.

Island residents lined the streets of Rothesay to pay tribute to those who died in the Great War - and in conflicts since then - at the town's Remembrance Sunday service.

Island residents lined the streets of Rothesay to pay tribute to those who died in the Great War - and in conflicts since then - at the town's Remembrance Sunday service.

The Rothesay commemoration saw islanders line the streets around the Cenotpaph as Rothesay and District Pipe Band led the parade from the High Street, which included the cadets, Coastguard, retained firemen, local police officers, and members of the Bute branch of the Royal British Legion of Scotland, among others.

The third service of the day was held at Kingarth’s war memorial, and was led by Rev Ron Rye, with the final ceremony held at North Bute cemetery, with Rev Barrie leading proceedings. This service paid tribute to the merchant sailors who are buried there after their wrecked ships were brought to Kames Bay for salvage during the Second World War.

* See a short video from the Rothesay service above.