Across the region in towns and villages communities turned out to pay their respects to the fallen of both world wars and in conflicts since. Marking the centenary of the end of World War One, there was an even larger turn out than usual and many communities added special events to commemorate the solemn occasion. In Combe Martin, a large procession of veterans and the families of soldiers who served marched along the village street to a service at the parish church before the traditional Act of Remembrance at 11am. In Barnstaple, two shire horses joined the remembrance commemoration, while new benches were unveiled to honour the fallen and There But Not There silhouettes of British Tommies have been placed around the town as part of a remembrance trail. Ilfracombe held its traditional parade off the back of the hugely successful day of events yesterday (Saturday) to mark the centenary, including an amazing sound and visual show projected on to the Landmark Theatre towers. Hundreds of people visited Saunton Sands to remember Ralph Cumine-Robson who was a member of the 3rd Company, 1st King Georges Own Sappers and Miners. Just days after being promoted to captain he was killed in action in December 1914 aged 26. Taking part in the commemorations were Devon-based Wren Music whose choir performed songs written for the home front. There was also a drumming performance and pebble art workshops. In Bideford, there was a Remembrance service and parade through the town, as well a some special centenary events. The Bideford Youth Pipe Band, along with thousands of other pipers and pipe bands around the world, took part in a tribute to the fallen of the First World War at 6am, at the exact time one hundred years earlier that the Armistice that signified the end of the war was signed. Led by the Mayor & Mayoress of Bideford, Cllr and Mrs Doug Bushby, they marched across Bideford Long Bridge, playing the march When the Battles Oer. During both the first and second world wars hundreds of Bideford men marched across the same bridge to the railway station to go off to war, many would never return. The band marched back across the bridge making the symbolic return journey for them. In the evening as beacon was lit at Pollyfield. READ MORE: Ilfracombe Remembers with a packed day of events and amazing show. Lynton, South Molton, Bideford, Torrington, Braunton, Northam, Appledore and all the many communities in between all turned out today to pay their respects and mark the occasion.If you have pictures from your communitys Act of Remembrance today, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or add them to our Facebook page.