Thousands of people across west London fell silent to remember those who have died in conflict, veterans and those serving in our armed forces.
The Royal British Legion, Gurkha veterans, cadets, scouts, MPs and residents watched parades across the capital on Remembrance Sunday (November 12).
The Mayor of Harrow, Councillor Margaret Davine, led the wreath laying ceremony in her borough, which followed with a two minutes’ silence.
She said: "It was fantastic to see all the ages, faiths and community groups come to pay tribute and remember those who gave their lives for our tomorrow.
"Remembrance Sunday is a time for us to reflect upon and honour veterans and serving members of our armed forces defending our country and the freedoms so many of us take for granted."
People gathered outside the Holy Trinity Church, High Street, Hounslow, on Friday (November 10) for the annual Remembrance Service, led by Hounslow council, honouring the borough’s war dead.
Wreaths of poppies were laid by the representatives and school children placed small wooden crosses with poppies attached around the war memorial outside the church.
The Mayor of Hounslow, Cllr Sue Sampson, said: "This service gave us and our borough the chance to stop and reflect on those who have given their lives for our country and countries across the world.
“At the service, I read out The Kohima Epitaph, which says when you go home, tell them of us and say, 'For your tomorrow, we gave our today'.
“I think this sums up what sacrifices our brave men and women of our armed forces have made and still make today.
“Thank you to all who attended, including the many people who stopped what they were doing to join us in the town centre."
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