Newham people, veterans and servicepeople took to the streets of Newham to remember those who gave their lives serving their country.

A ceremony took place at East Ham Cenotaph in Central Park on Sunday to honour the fallen in conflicts from the First World War onwards.

Newham Recorder: Guests at the East Ham Cenotaph on Sunday morningGuests at the East Ham Cenotaph on Sunday morning (Image: Newham Council)

The service for Newham Council's main Remembrance Sunday event began at 10.55am 

Newham Recorder: The Royal British Legion parade from Newham Town Hall to Central ParkThe Royal British Legion parade from Newham Town Hall to Central Park (Image: Newham Council)

Mayor Rokhsana Fiaz said: "I was at moving ceremonies at both East Ham Cenotaph and City Hall on Armistice day to pay my respects to the brave service personnel from the borough and from across London who made the ultimate sacrifice in conflicts past and present.

"I marked Remembrance Sunday attending the service at St Luke’s Canning Town and at a wreath laying in East Ham cenotaph. Today and every day we will remember them.”

Members of the Royal British Legion took part in a parade from Newham Town Hall on High Street South from 10.30am.

The march paid tribute to people who have fallen in service since the outbreak of the first world war on July 28, 1914.

Also on Remembrance Sunday, there was a service at All Saints West Ham Parish Church in West Ham at 10am.

A further two services at The War Memorial in Canning Town at 10.45am and at St Mark's Memorial in North Woolwich at 10.50am took place.