Heads bowed across Ealing on Sunday (November 8) as the borough fell silent for the fallen on Remembrance Day.
In Greenford , the local branch of the Royal British Legion marched from Oldfield Lane South to the Greenford War Memorial from 10.25am before an 11am service.
Proud WWII veterans marched alongside scouts, girl guides, army cadets and other youth associations in front of more than 500 people paying their respects.
Vice-chairman of the Greenford branch of RBL and poppy appeal organiser Roy Reynolds, who has been part of RBL for 16 years, said: "It was an excellent parade and we had over 500 people.
"It was an excellent day and everyone enjoyed what we did, we were the best in the borough.
"The veterans said it was an honour to take part and an honour to take part with the youth associations."
The service was also attended by council leader, Councillor Julian Bell, and deputy mayor, Councillor Patricia Walker.
Meanwhile Mayor of Ealing, Councillor Harbhajan Kaur Dheer, led tributes to the fallen at the Ealing War Memorial in front of large crowds with Deputy Lieutenant Major John Rodwell.
Members of the armed forces, brass bands, youth associations, school children, scouts and cadets marched proudly before the two-minute silence at 11am.
MP Rupa Huq tweeted of the service: "My first Ealing Green Remembrance Day service as MP, good to remember our veterans and fallen dead."
And in Southall , crowds gathered to lay wreaths at the Southall War Memorial on The Green in front of around 300 people following a parade beginning in Manor Park and heading through the town.
The service was attended by former Mayor of Ealing and Councillor Tej Ram Bagha, who described his joy at Ealing's dedication to the fallen since his move from India more than 60 years ago.He said: "It was very good, there were around 300 people and a lot of organisations were there including schools.
"It was a very nice and moving service, we lost a lot of people in the war and we will remember them - we will show them our respects.
"It is not just this year but every year, I am proud of Ealing.
"I think people really enjoyed it on Sunday (November 8)."