Thousands of people across Rushmoor borough paused on Sunday morning to remember and reflect on this killed serving their country.

The borough's Remembrance Sunday services were attended by everyone from council dignitaries and service personnel to schoolchildren and veterans.

Fitting respects were paid at The Cenotaph in Aldershot 's Municipal Gardens, the spiritual home of the British Army , and at the Royal Garrison Church, which fell silent at 11am.

The commemorations started at Devereux House in Farnborough with a wreath laying service attended by mayor of Rushmoor Councillor Jacqui Vosper and deputy mayor Councillor Sophia Choudhary.

This was followed by a further wreath laying service at Knellwood attended by the deputy mayor while the mayor went to The Cenotaph.

Further services here held at North Camp Methodist Church and the Royal Garrison Church of All Saints for a formal service where the two-minute silence was observed, as well as a wreath laying ceremony and march.

Hampshire County Council meanwhile held its own Remembrance service on Friday, which included readings from reservists and ex-service members of the council.

It is estimated there are more tan 85,000 military personnel, veterans, reservists and Ministry of Defence civilian employees across the county.