Fylde MP Mark Menzies laid wreaths at Lytham, St Annes and Kirkham War Memorials to mark Remembrance.
Mr Menzies joined a few invited guests for brief ceremonies in Lytham and St Annes on Friday, before joining a service in Kirkham on Sunday.
He said: "Sadly this year Remembrance services could not be held as normal. It was nice to be able to attend both Lytham and St Annes - they are usually held at the same time, ahead of Kirkham, which has prevented me from being able to attend them both, however it is extremely sad not to have seen full services take place; but I fully understand why they did not.
"I joined a few people to mark Remembrance with social distancing in place at St Annes and Lytham War Memorials.
"Fylde Council filmed those proceedings and they were played on Sunday.
"We have never had more reason to be thankful for our dedicated Services personnel.
"They have given so much to protect us all in conflict and with humanitarian aid over the years, many paying the ultimate sacrifice for us. Our Armed Forces continue to help us with coronavirus, building Nightingale hospitals, helping with testing, and preparing for help with a vaccination programme.
"Every member of our Armed Forces past and present is in my thoughts today."