Crowds came together in Milford Haven to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.

Deputy mayor of Milford Haven Terry Davies said: "Absolutely fantastic to see so many people come out, and so nice to see the young people there too."

Cllr Guy Woodham added: "As it is the 100th anniversary this year it is impressive that still so many local people attend the cenotaph year on year to remember not only those who died in the First World War but every conflict since."

The service was led by Father Harri Williams and lay preacher Steve Trayner, with the Last Post and national anthems accompanied by Milford Haven Town Band.

Among those to lay wreaths at the town memorial were mayor Rose Gray, members of the Royal British Legion, local schoolchildren and politicians.

Also in attendance at this historic service were Christopher Plesjkun of the Australian Army, and visitors from Uman in Ukraine, which is twinned with Milford Haven.