Horsham Remembrance Day 2018: Your gallery of the best pictures which marked the First World War Armistice centenary

As Sussex fell silent to pay their respects to the fallen, we have collated a selection of images showing tributes to those who gave their lives.

Thursday, 15th November 2018, 10:57 am
Updated Thursday, 15th November 2018, 11:06 am
A beautiful display of 480 cardboard hand-crafted poppies with bamboo stalks, made by children from Southwater Junior Academy was unveiled at Berkeley Homes' Broadacres development in Southwater on Thursday November 8
A beautiful display of 480 cardboard hand-crafted poppies with bamboo stalks, made by children from Southwater Junior Academy was unveiled at Berkeley Homes' Broadacres development in Southwater on Thursday November 8

Schools and community groups from around the district have worked hard on special commemorations to mark 100 years since the end of World War One.

The Saturday before Remembrance Day, 140 Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers together with leaders and parents from 2nd Southwater Scout Troop visited the Imperial War Museum in London to understand the toil and sacrifice of those who had served in uniform or worked on the home front.
Loxwood School held a remembrance assembly with poems, singing and a minute silence. Each class made a wreath of poppies. Parents, teachers and members of the community joined in by helping to knit poppies which were added to the remembrance display.
Children at Trafalgar Community Infant School in Horsham created poppies and wreaths and joined together for a one-minute silence at 11am on Friday November 9.
The Centenary Garden at Cranleigh was opened on Saturday November 10 to commemorate the 415 lives lost in conflict from Cranleigh and the surrounding villages.
The Weald School held a special assembly, a garden of remembrance with one hundred poppies and a silhouette unveiling (pictured) at Billingshurst railway station.
Children from Little Barn Owls Nursery joined Farlington School in a remembrance event which saw every pupil and member of staff place a hand-made poppy on the grass on the turning circle before a two minutes silence and the sounding of the Last Post.
Castlewood Primary School in Southwater wore red and black and participated in a remembrance assembly led by headteacher Mrs Nunns. The head girl and head boy read In Flanders Field while the rest of the school placed poppies made from plastic bottles in the school grounds and around a Silent Soldier lent to the school by Southwater Parish Council.
Two new memorial benches sponsored by Southwater Parish Council and Horsham District Council have been unveiled at the war memorial in Southwater.