At 11am on 11 November 1918, the guns on the Western Front fell silent. After four years of fighting, World War I had at last come to an end.
Every year on this day, we pause to remember those who served, fought and died in that war and in all conflicts in which our country has been involved.
I joined Marion RSL for their Remembrance Day service to recognise the great sacrifices that had been made by members of our local community for a better future.
Because the traditional ANZAC Day services had to be cancelled this year, today's opportunity to pause, remember and reflect together was particularly special.
Lest we forget.