Towns across the county paid tribute to the fallen on Remembrance Sunday.
Kent fell silent at 11am today as those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom were honoured and remembered across Kent.
Several towns across the county held church services, street parades and laid wreaths at memorials where they paid tribute to those who lost their lives fighting for their country.
In Maidstone, a parade featuring military personnel from the town took place from Week Street and the High Street and continued towards the War Memorial at The Broadway.
The parade then made its way back towards Week Street after a salute from the Mayor of Maidstone and the Commanding Officer.
Hundreds of people were pictured lining the streets to pay their respects in Tunbridge Wells.
Similarly, in Herne Bay there was a “great turnout” as a large crowd of people took part in the silence at 11am.
At Dover Castle, a fascinating exhibition opened at the historic site for Remembrance Day.
The exhibition by local artist John Toomey, entitled the Cost of War, includes sculptures and artwork that aim to provoke thought and reflection on the human cost of conflict.
There was also a Remembrance Service in the morning.
In Medway, Cllr George Perfect described the Remembrance Sunday service at Rainham Church and Rainham War Memorial as “moving”.
In Rochester, member of Medway Council and cabinet laid a wreath at the Cathedral to pay their respects.
Meanwhile in Sevenoaks, a parade from the Vine Pavilion to the Vine War Memorial took place this morning.
The service was led by Rev Canon Angus MacLeay of St Nicholas Church.
Yesterday, the county also paid tribute to the fallen on Armistice Day.
In Maidstone, Leeds Castle put on a “beautiful and moving display” by projecting large poppies on the historic building.
In Capel-le-Ferne, near Folkestone, there was a short service of commemoration at the Battle of Britain Memorial. After the service, visitors were able to explore the museum’s displays, exhibitions and artefacts dedicated to those on the frontline.
Elsewhere in the town, stone poppies were on display at Folkestone beach.
In Canterbury, the remembrance parade marched through the town centre led by a marching band.