SLIDESHOW: Arbroath pays tribute to ANZACs

THE SACRIFICE made by the service personnel of Australia and New Zealand was remembered at a special ceremony in the Western Cemetery in Arbroath on Sunday.

Each year, a commemoration is held in Arbroath on the nearest Sunday to April 25 to remember all ANZACs who served in war or conflict.

The pipers and colour march past for the salute at the end of the ANZAC ceremony on Sunday.

The pipers and colour march past for the salute at the end of the ANZAC ceremony on Sunday.

The ceremony was organised by the Arbroath branch of the Royal British Legion Scotland and taking part were local serving personnel and cadets.

View a slideshow of pictures from the event above and pick up your paper on Friday for a full report.