PICTURE GALLERY: Thousands at Great Yarmouth’s biggest Remembrance Service in nearly a decade
Thousands of people gathered at St George's Park in Great Yarmouth to honour the fallen in this morning's remembrance service.
British Legion members said it was the biggest turnout the borough has seen in nearly a decade.
T S Fearless Band led a procession from the Market Place to the War Memorial, where two minutes' silence was observed at 11am.
Poppy wreaths were laid at the memorial before prayers were led by Rev Chris Terry, team rector for Great Yarmouth.
Youngsters stood side by side with ex servicemen during the service, where Great Yarmouth Brass performed.
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