and Bedworth celebrated Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday with poignant tributes to the fallen.
A World War Two era plane dropped thousands of poppies on Bedworth town centre on Saturday in what remains the largest Armistice Day event in Britain.
This year the veterans were joined by members of 30 Signal Regiment.
In neighbouring Nuneaton, a service of remembrance was held at the war memorial in Riversley Park on Sunday.
Wreaths were laid on the memorial by those present, and in a poignant touch, a single wreath was placed at the foot of the ‘Old Bill’ statue.
The service, which was preceded by a parade starting at Market Place in the town centre, drew huge crowds once again.