Hounslow continues to remember its fallen soldiers today with a special ceremony to mark the 90th anniversary of the Armistice.
Hounslow Mayor Genevieve Hibbs joins veterans and modern day soldiers outside the Civic Centre, in Lampton Road, Hounslow, at 11am.
More than 200 people gathered at the war memorial outside Holy Trinity Church, in Hounslow High Street, for a ceremony and wreath-laying on Sunday.
Andre McGill, chairman of Hounslow Royal British Legion, was delighted by the turnout which he said has grown steadily over the last few years.
"I think more people are coming because they realise it's not about glorifying war but preventing anything like that happening again," he said. "When we marched back to the Legion a large section of people stopped to applaud, which was very touching."
There were similar numbers outside Brentford Library, in Boston Manor Road, and in Feltham, where crowds marched from Victoria Road to Feltham War Memorial, in the High Street, for a service and wreath-laying at 3pm.
Hundreds more people gathered for services in Chiswick, Cranford, Hanworth, Heston and Isleworth on Sunday.
For two pages of Remembrance Sunday pictures see this week's Chronicle, out on Thursday