The Isle of Man fell silent today, to remember its war dead.
Services were held at churches and chapels throughout the Island to honour the men and women killed in conflicts past and present.
Following one of those services, at St Thomas' Church in Douglas, there was a parade to the nearby war memorial and a wreath laying ceremony.
This is how Judith Ley described what happened, on Manx Radio (play extended audio file):
The Island’s National Service of Remembrance was held at St John’s this afternoon (Sunday).