Silence descended at ceremonies throughout the borough yesterday (Sunday, November 8) at 11am in honour of all those who have lost their lives in conflicts around the world.
People of all ages, from schoolchildren to veterans, laid wreaths in memory of loved ones and strangers who made the ultimate sacrifice.
In Isleworth, more than 500 people attended the service in Memorial Square, outside St Bridget Church, in Twickenham Road, which was led by representatives from All Saints, St Bridget and St John the Baptist churches.
Children from seven local schools wore sashes and carried parchment scrolls as they represented 91 of the 390 servicemen whose names appear on the memorial.
Scouts and guides joined members of the Royal British Legion for the remembrance day parade in Bedfont.
Crowds of around 200 people gathered to pay their respects to those who had given their lives or were injured in the war, at St Mary's Church.
A short service was taken by Reverend Philip Smith, the new vicar of the parish, before the usual silence was observed.
Bedfont & Hatton RBL Branch chairman & parade marshal, John Weathers, said: "It is nice to see that the younger generation are attending the services.
"Their parents are obviously encouraging it and that will ensure that the memories of those that have fallen in all conflicts will be continued to be honoured."
The Isleworth 390 project was set up to uncover the stories behind all those honoured on the memorial, and its research will continue with a free workshop at Isleworth Library this Thursday, November 12, from 4.45pm-7pm. For more about the project visit www.isleworthww1.co.uk , and to reserve a place at the workshop email email@example.com.
The Queen's representative for Hounslow, Deputy Lieutenant Maria Pedro, joined former Hounslow mayor Corinna Smart for the service of dedication at Feltham War Memorial, in High Street, Feltham, in the afternoon, and Hounslow Council leader Steve Curran attended the service at Hanworth War Memorial.
Hounslow Council said the mayor, Councillor Nisar Malik, was unable to attend any of the Remembrance Sunday events this year as they clashed with his son's wedding.
Members of the Irish Guards, who are currently stationed at Hounslow Cavalry Barracks, attended the Remembrance Sunday service at Holy Trinity Church, in High Street, Hounslow.
The church hosted a remembrance concert the previous evening, with internationally acclaimed soprano Sarah Gabriel joining Hounslow Youth Orchestra, Hounslow Youth Brass and Hounslow Youth Choir for a performance including songs from Second World War film The Dam Busters.
There were also Remembrance Sunday services in Bedfont, Brentford, Chiswick and Cranford.
* On Remembrance Day this Wednesday, November 11, marking the date of the armistice which ended the First World War, a public service will be held at Hounslow Civic Centre, in Lampton Road, Hounslow, at 11am.