Parades, wreath laying ceremonies and Remembrance services were held across the Isle of Wight over the weekend as Islanders paid respects to those who died in battle.

Hundreds of people turned out for events in towns and villages on both Remembrance Day and Remembrance Sunday.

In Newport, a procession featuring Vectis Corps of Drums Marching Band made its way through the high street, to pay homage to the fallen.

This was followed by a two minutes' silence in St Thomas' Square and a Remembrance service, which saw wreaths laid by Island dignitaries including Lord Lieutenant Susie Sheldon and High Sheriff Dawn Haig-Thomas.

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In East Cowes, around 200 people gathered for the Remembrance Sunday silence.

Among them were community leaders, Girlguiding members, scouts and veterans.

In Shanklin, around 600 people attended the service in the Old Village, conducted by the Rev Tony Williams.

Music was performed by the Shanklin Town Band.

Heavy rain fell at Ventnor Park on Park Avenue for the town's service, but it didn't deter support from local residents.

Wight Diamonds Marching Band provided the music and several wreaths were laid.

In Brighstone, villagers saw a parade featuring Medina Marching Band.

Over the weekend, there were also services in Cowes, Ryde, Lake and Sandown, among others.