Thousands across Kent, Sussex and Essex have attended Remembrance Day parades and services.
One hundred years after the end of the Great War the region fell silent to commemorate those fallen - and those who have died in conflicts in between.
In Brighton, thousands lined the streets for a traditional memorial service. Andy Dickenson reports.
In Folkestone a spectacular portrait of Wilfred Owen was created on the beach, the brainchild of film director Danny Boyle
And in Hassocks special attention was given to one Dilys Armistice Fox, celebrating her 100th birthday today.