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 ›
Dozens of soldiers have paraded through Plymouth as part of the city's Poppy Day activities.Read the full story ›
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 ›
A shopfront in Taunton is marking this year's Armistice and Poppy Day commemorations - with an unusual twist.Read the full story ›
The intelligence agency GCHQ has launched this year's poppy appeal in Gloucestershire with a waterfall of poppies.Read the full story ›