Surrey services and parades mark Remembrance Day

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Ceremonies and parades been held across Surrey to remember service personnel who have died during conflicts.

Events to commemorate Remembrance Day took place in towns including Godalming, Redhill and Woking.

A special Remembrance Day service was held at Guildford Cathedral led by the Venerable Stuart Beake, Archdeacon of Surrey.

Two retired members of the armed forces also took part in the cathedral's communion service earlier.

Soldiers from Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst and residents from Camberley took part in a special service at Sandhurst Memorial Park which featured music from Sandhurst Silver Band, St Michael's church choir and Sandhurst Corps of Drums.

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