Services and parades mark Remembrance Sunday across Bourne area

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Communities came together across the Bourne area yesterday (Sunday) to mark Remembrance Sunday.

The Bourne branch of The Royal British Legion held a service at the war memorial followed by the two-minute silence at 11am and a service at Bourne Abbey Church.

Remembrance Sunday parade and wreath laying in Bourne - the parade is led along North Street by the band and standards'Photo: MSMP101113-003js

Remembrance Sunday parade and wreath laying in Bourne - the parade is led along North Street by the band and standards'Photo: MSMP101113-003js

Members of the Salvation Army hosted their own remembrance evening service at their headquarters in Manning Road, Bourne.

Remembrance services were held at St John’s the Baptist Church, Morton, St Andrew Church, Hacconby, St Mary and All Saints Church, Kirkby Underwood and All Saints Church in Dunsby.

A service was also held at St Andrew’s Church in Rippingale where a First World War exhibition was on display.

The 1st Pointon Baden-Powell Scout group paraded through Rippingale, led by a piper, to the church. The scouts were joined by villagers.

Members of the Langtoft, the Deepings and District branch of the Royal British Legion paraded through Market Deeping to St Guthlac’s Church for a service.