A commemoration service has taken place in Downham today to mark the centenary of the Battle of Jutland.
The service is one of hundreds of events taking place across the country to commemorate the battle, which was the largest naval engagement of the First World War.
Town mayor Marion Ross led the town’s tributes, laying a wreath at the town’s war memorial during the event this morning.
Wreaths were also laid by groups including the town’s Royal British Legion branch.
A further commemoration service will take place at Lynn’s Tower Gardens at 6.30pm this evening.