Children from East Budleigh laid wreaths on the village war memorial for the annual Remembrance Sunday service.
The village came together to say prayers and give thanks for the selfless men and women who lost their lives fighting for their country.
Veterans stood shoulder-to-shoulder with dignitaries, members of the armed services and the young, as East Budleigh paid tribute to its fallen heroes.
During the ceremony the crowd fell silent for two minutes as a mark of respect for those killed in combat.
The service marked the first Armistice, and 101 years since the end of World War One.
Local children, representatives of the armed forces, and dignitaries all gathered to pay tribute to East Budleigh’s brave men and women who did not come home from war.