Much of the South West stood in silence this morning as the region marked Armistice Day.
From Cornwall to Somerset, it was an occasion of sombre remembrance for young and old as Bob Cruwys reports.
Respects have been paid at a ceremonies for Armistice Day across the Westcountry.
Crowds came together to remember those who died in war as a two minute silence was held at 11am.
Remembrance services are taking place across the region today, to remember those who lost their lives in battle.
Yesterday an official ceremony took place on the Hoe in Plymouth, as the Royal Navy remembered all those who lost their lives at sea.
Armistice day takes place every year on the 11th November.
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Ceremonies of remembrance have been held across the West Country in honour of servicemen and women killed in conflict. At 11 o'clock people across the region paused to observe two minutes silence in tribute to the war dead. Watch Rebecca Broxton's report here.
Thousands of people turned out on Plymouth Hoe this morning for the annual remembrance service. At 11am veterans, cadets and servicemen and women stood side by side as they paused to remember those killed in action.
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