Thousands have lined the streets of Greater Manchester to honour the fallen this Remembrance Sunday.
Communities came together for the occasion this year, after Covid lockdown rules meant services were curtailed in 2020.
Residents young and old stepped out in towns throughout the region as services and marches took place.
Local dignitaries, councillors and police were among those to lay wreaths at war memorials.
Service men and women, and veterans, were also in attendance.
Those who turned out fell silent at 11am for two minutes as communities remembered those who were lost in conflict.
A service was also held in Manchester city centre, where mayor Andy Burnham and Greater Manchester Police chief constable Stephen Watson were among those in attendance.
In London, members of the royal family and senior politicians attended a Remembrance Sunday event at the Cenotaph, although the Queen was absent due to a back strain.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who attended the London service, said: “Today we come together to remember those who sacrificed everything in service of our country, in the First World War and every conflict since, including recently in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“It’s a sacred ceremony that has endured for more than a century because we know the unpayable debt we owe those brave servicemen and women.
“We know that for our tomorrow they gave their today. And we know that here at home and around the world, thousands of men and women in uniform still stand ready to defend our unity and our way of life, our values, and at a cost few among us would be willing to pay.
“Today we come together. We wear our poppies with pride and stand as a nation in two minutes of silent tribute.”
Below are some of the images from Remembrance Sunday services held across Greater Manchester today.