People throughout Cumbria, Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders stood silently at ceremonies today, to remember those who lost their lives fighting for their nation.
Paul Crone has this report:
Armistice Day is being observed around the region.
In Kendal, Wendy Chandler was one of those attending the service at the town's war memorial.
This morning's ceremony was particularly moving for her and her son as it was a chance for her to wear her husband's medals, which he never had the chance to wear:
Servicemen and women who fought and died for their country were honoured in Galashiels today.
Crowds gathered to pay tribute, and lay tributes at the memorial beneath the clock tower:
Crowds gathered in Dumfries today to remember those who have fought and died for their nation.
Members of the public gathered with veterans and serving military personnel in Kendal today, to mark Armistice Day with a special service:
Cumbria Police have held a two minute silence to remember the people who have fought and died for their country, since the First World War:
At the city memorial in Carlisle today, a remembrance service was held to ensure young people in the region never forget the sacrifice of their forebears.
Children laid tributes, read poems, and remained silent to honour those who have fought and died for their nation.
They also had the opportunity to meet veterans and serving personnel.
Crowds have gathered in Carlisle city centre for Armistice Day service to remember those who have fought and died for their country, since the First World War.
People across the region will fall silent at 11am this morning, November 11, to mark Armistice Day.
A two minute silence begins at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month - the point at which gunfire stopped in the First World War in 1918.
Services of remembrance will be held to honour the war dead.