Six silent soldiers have been unveiled as part of centenary commemorations.

The soldiers stand at Harbour Green in West Bay and honour the lives of six local men who lost their lives in the Great War, which came to an end 100 years ago.

The installation, organised by Churches Together in Bridport and District,  sees life-sized statues on display until November 15 as an act of remembrance for those who died during the four year conflict - Robert Buckler, William Gape, Herbert Gush, Richard Glare, Frederick Hoskins and Alfred Oliver.

The silhouettes were unveiled by the Lord Lieutenant of Dorset, Angus Campbell, and dedicated by the Bishop of Sherborne, the Right Rev'd Karen Gorham.