Honiton remembers the fallen

PUBLISHED: 10:40 15 November 2016 | UPDATED: 13:25 15 November 2016

Honiton Remembrance service. Ref mhh Honiton Remembrance-6. Picture: Mark Tipping

Honiton Remembrance service. Ref mhh Honiton Remembrance-6. Picture: Mark Tipping

Picture: Mark Tipping

A parade was held before a moving service took place at St Paul’s Church.

Hundreds of people in Honiton stood silent at the weekend to remember the country’s fallen soldiers.

A poignant parade was held in New Street, leading to St Paul’s Church, where a service was held.

Wreaths were laid on the town’s war memorial as onlookers paid their respects.

These photos were taken by Mark Tipping, a Honiton-based photographer. Go to www.evolutionphotos.org to see more of Mark’s work.


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