Nation's war dead are remembered

PUBLISHED: 17:43 18 November 2008 | UPDATED: 22:37 15 June 2010

P2938-46-08AW Honiton, 90th anniversarry of WW1 Remembrance Day service outside St Pauls. Pic by Alex Walton

P2938-46-08AW Honiton, 90th anniversarry of WW1 Remembrance Day service outside St Pauls. Pic by Alex Walton

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ARMISTICE Day was marked in Honiton with a service held at St Paul's Church.

ARMISTICE Day was marked in Honiton with a service held at St Paul's Church.Many people gathered outside the church in the High Street to pay their repsects to those who have died in conflicts throughout the world.A two-minute silence was observed as the country marked the 90th anniversary of the end of World War I.A bugler sounded The Last Post as part of the solemn occasion.


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