Thousands of people across the West have fallen silent to remember the nation's war dead, as the region marks Armistice Day.
Cribbs Causeway shopping centre near Bristol held a two minutes' silence at 11 o'clock this morning where many paused to reflect as well as donate to the Royal British Legion's poppy appeal.
In Plymouth, there was a special service to remember the eight million horses killed in World War One.
A number of horses and a lone piper drew crowds in the Plymouth Piazza.
The horses came from the Royal Marines Barracks at Bickleigh, Devon.
A silence was also held at Firs Field in Combe Down, Bath.