Lest we forget.
An Ellesmere Port veteran kept up his sequence of playing the Last Post on Armistice Day (November 11) every year.
In 2015, 90-year-old Bill Osbourne went viral as a video showed him reciting the bugle call outside his home.
He had a much bigger audience this time around.
A Union Flag fluttered in the breeze as the former RAF serviceman honoured the fallen before a crowd during the two-minute silence at 11am.
Margie Hewitt posted the video to the Pride in the Port group on Facebook and it has been liked more than 700 times and shared more than 80 times.
There were also comments from well wishers expressing their pride and appreciation of Bill’s rendition.
Some said it had brought a tear to their eye.
The Last Post is the bugle call which signifies the end of the day’s activities in military tradition.
It is also sounded at funerals for servicemen and women to indicate the soldier has gone to their final rest.
Armistice Day marks the end of the First World War at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918.