Jubilee services at Exeter and Truro Cathedrals

Services have been held at Exeter and Truro Cathedrals to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

About 800 people were expected at the Exeter service, which included a book of tributes being presented to a representative of the Queen.

Several hundred people were also expected at Truro Cathedral where the choir sang several songs from the Queen's Coronation service.

The Jubilee marks 60 years since the Queen came to the throne in 1952.

In Exeter, a book of thanks was presented to the Lord Lieutenant of Devon, Eric Dancer.

The book contains hundreds of tributes from people across Devon.

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