More than 100 people turned out to pay their respects to those who have lost their lives in battle.

On a warm, sunny morning there was a good turnout for the Remembrance Sunday Service at Blundeston Church.

The service, led by the Rev Leslie Hobbs, was attended by the 1st Blundeston Scouts as people gathered inside the church before the Standard Bearers led the congregation to the War Memorial.

A spokesman said: "The Act of Remembrance then followed, with the names of the fallen in both World Wars being read by the representatives of the parishes in the Somerleyton Benefice - Ashby, Blundeston, Fritton, Herringfleet, Lound and Somerleyton.

"Ken Ward, of the Royal British Legion, gave the Exhortation before the two-minute silence was observed with bugler Joanne Hamilton sounding the Last Post and Reveille."

Poppy wreaths were then laid on the War Memorial by numerous representatives, as a wreath was also placed on the grave of Flt Sgt Boyce of the Canadian Air Force who was buried in the grave of his Blundeston grandparents.

The scouts placed small crosses decorated with poppies in a designated area, and after the Kohima Epitaph everyone returned to the church where standards were placed on the altar for the remainder of the service, which ended with the National Anthem and a Blessing.