Red Cross hosted a special Remembrance Day service at Ceduna's Anglican Church on Sunday morning.
The Remembrance Day church service was hosted to recognise the Red Cross and defence forces, providing an opportunity to honour those who served their country.
The service was led by Deacon in charge of Ceduna's Anglican Parish Susan Doughty and saw candles lit in remembrance by Margaret Spry, Marls Shipard and Carmen Fricker.
Following the service attendees enjoyed morning tea in the Anglican Church hall.
Towns across the West Coast, including Ceduna, Streaky Bay and Elliston, marked Remembrance Day earlier this month with a service to remember the moment fighting stopped in World War I, and remember those who have fought in all wars since.