Communities across Bracknell commemorated the servicemen and women who have fallen in the line of duty since the first world war. 

A Remembrance service was held in at The Angel War Memorial on Sunday, November 12,  to reflect on the sacrifices made during conflict.

A large crowd paid their respects in front of Princess Square as they watched delegates and veterans lay wreaths on the war memorial.

When the service ended, there was a march through The Lexicon shopping Centre to the Holy Trinity Church.

Despite the cold miserable weather, dozens of people turned out from across the borough to pay their respects. 

Attending the service were representatives from the British Army, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, Royal British Legion, veterans and community organisations including the Scouts, Brownies and Cadets.

A number of personnel, dignitaries, community groups, organisations, and youth groups were also out in force.

Bracknell News: Remembrance Service

Bracknell Veterans tribute said: "In remembrance of our fallen comrades who gave their lives in t he service of our country may they all rest in peace."

Another wreath paid tribute to Fusilier Victor Albert Wright 8th 13th Battalion Royal Fusilier who died on the 16/2/1944. 

The 1st Priestwood Brownies wreath said: "Remembering all those that gave their service and lives so that we can enjoy our freedom." 

Respects were paid to the men and women of the Naval service, Bracknell Nepalese Society, Royal Engineers and Brakenhale School wrote: "We will remember them all." 

The Bracknell South Neighbourhood Team paid their respects to the fallen officers, soldiers and civilians who lost their lives in the two World Wars and later conflicts.

Officers attended services at Bracknell Town Centre, Crowthorne, Sandhurst and Binfield and laid wreaths to show their respect.

Elsewhere, in Sandhurst, a two minute silence was held at 11.00am, followed by the laying of wreaths. The Sandhurst Silver Band, St Michael's Church Choir and the Sandhurst & District Corps of Drums provided musical support.

Crowthorne Parish Council thanked members of the community for their help.

A spokespersons said: "Thank you to all those who helped to organise, marshal the road closure and police the Remembrance event at St. John's Church and the lychgate today. 

"We've had a huge turnout and the church was packed with various uniformed groups, Royal British Legion, emergency services, schools, community groups and residents. 

"Special thanks to The Club at Royal British Legion Crowthorne, TVP Bracknell and Wokingham, Bracknell Forest Council, Crowthorne Parish Council, St John the Baptist Parish Church and Sandhurst Community Brass." 

If you have pictures of Remembrance Sunday services send them over to to include in this week's Bracknell News.