Across the West and West Country people have fallen silent to remember the Fallen on Armistice Day.
A thousand poppies have been planted by students at Devizes School.
Each poppy has a special message written on it.
Every year the students come together as a community to remember those who've played a part in Wars past and present.
The Exeter Branch, Royal Marines Association, are holding an Armistice Day Service of Remembrance at the World War 1 Graves at Higher Cemetery.
Children from Ladysmith Junior School in Exeter laid poppy crosses at the World War 1 graves.
Thanks to the help of a Culdrose helicopter, this photo was taken of all of the staff and children at Mullion Primary School in Cornwall.
World War II veterans, serving soldiers & families came together today for the unveiling of a field of Remembrance in Royal Wootton Bassett.Read the full story ›
The decorative poppies were stolen just ahead of this week's Remembrance Day ceremonies.Read the full story ›
Dozens of soldiers have paraded through Plymouth as part of the city's Poppy Day activities.Read the full story ›
Knitted and crocheted poppies have been taking over towns in the West, inspired by the display of ceramic poppies at the Tower of London in 2014.
It seems to be the modern way to remember the fallen of conflicts between the first World War and today. Our reporter Robert Murphy has been to see the Wiltshire poppy tributes and was also at a traditional march in Bristol, attended by the last Dambuster, 'Johnny' Johnson
Volunteers have created a cascade of poppies on St Lawrence Chapel in Warminster - each one includes the name of a fallen soldierRead the full story ›