Leeds fell silent today to honour the memories of thousands of military heroes.
Poppies fell from the balconies at the city’s Royal Armouries museum as part of a service of remembrance.
The service, which will be led by Rev Gordon Warren, will include a roll call of honour of the West Yorkshire Regiment the Leeds Pals.
A lone bugle will then sound the Last Post before a two minutes’ silence is observed at 11am.
Members of the Royal British Legion gathered at the war memorial in Victoria Gardens today.
The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Judith Chapman, was among the dignitaries to lay a wreath on behalf of the city.
The ceremony will be followed by a two minute silence at 11am.
Hundreds of people gathered in the rain at the city’s war memorial on Sunday.