Hundreds of people across the region gathered for Remembrance services on Sunday to pay tribute to those who gave their lives in almost one hundred years of conflicts.
The Diss Salvation Army Band led local organisations on Sunday morning in Eye, marching from the fire station to the war memorial.
Eye Mayor Linda Cummins was joined by the Deputy Lieutenant Joanna Spicer, representing the Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk, in placing wreaths at the war memorial, before a short service was conducted by Pat Mottram.
The Remembrance service was held at the Church of St Peter and St Paul, officiated by Father Daniel Gooderham with organist Peter Lee.
More on Remembrance across the region in Friday’s Diss Express.