Honiton remembers the fallen
The town falls silent to mark the anniversary of Armistice Day. See picture gallery.
Honiton residents came out in force to pay their respects and remember the nation’s fallen heroes.
Reverend Sue Roberts conducted a service outside St Paul’s Church to mark the anniversary of Armistice Day.
Students from Honiton Community College, town councillors and the chairman of Honiton Royal British Legion, Mick Robson, also joined members of the public in holding a two minutes silence.
See next week’s Midweek Herald for more.