Hundreds of people turned out across the Bradford district today to pay their respects to fallen armed servicemen and women at moving Remembrance Sunday services.

War veterans, wearing regimental blazers, berets and medals, mingled with families and children at services in Keighley and Bradford.

Faith leaders, emergency services heads and politicians joined representatives from all the armed forces to lay wreaths around the foot of the Cenotaph in Bradford city centre.

As the clock at City Hall struck 11, a lone trumpeter played the Last Post, which was followed by a perfectly observed two minutes silence.

The Right Reverend Toby Howarth, in his first duty as the new Bishop of Bradford, prayed for peace, acknowledging the sacrifices made by people of all faiths during two world wars and other conflicts. He also led an act of commitment for peace.