It has been a day to honour those who sacrificed their lives for their country - as a two minute silence was held to mark Armistice Day.
It followed parades and acts of remembrance at services yesterday in which thousands of people paused to reflect on those killed and injured in a century of conflicts.
The young and old, veterans of previous wars - and families whose loved ones are still serving in Afghanistan gathered at memorials in communities across our region, as Jon Hill reports.
Relatives of murdered soldier Lee Rigby will attend an Armistice Day service in Bury. The Royal Fusilier died after being attacked in London earlier this year. His mother Lyn is expected to give a reading at the regimental museum later this morning.
Services will be held throughout the region today, to remember fallen service men and women.
Thousands of people turned out to pay their respects at Remembrance Day parades yesterday, among them 96-year old veteran Ernest Adams, from South Elmsall near Pontefract, who hasn't missed a memorial since the age of four.
David Hirst reports on the Remembrance parade and service at South Elmsall, near Pontefract - and how its of special importance to 96-year-old veteran Ernest Adams, who hasn't missed the annual Armistice memorial day since attending his first service in 1921.
Organisers of this year's Remembrance Parade and Service say it is one of the best attended for many years. Sarah Clark reports.
Interviews with some of those who took part in today's parade and service in Hull.
Calendar's cameras were at the Remembrance Parade and Service in Hull. The turnout was said to have been one of the best ever.