Dozens of soldiers have paraded through Plymouth as part of the city's Poppy Day activities. Commando gunners descended on the city centre, armed with collecting tins, to boost the Royal British Legion's fundraising total.
The soldiers from 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery marched in their Green Berets from their base at the Royal Citadel on the Hoe, right into the heart of the city centre.
The aim is to highlight how wearing a poppy is not just about remembering those who died in past wars, but also benefiting veterans of recent conflicts.
Watch Bob Cruwys' full report on the Poppy Day parade