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Hundreds mark Remembrance Sunday across Pembrokeshire

IMG_0558_Communities turned out across Pembrokeshire on Remembrance Sunday to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in two World Wars and other conflicts. The Pembrokeshire Herald was at the war memorial on Hamilton Terrace, Milford Haven for the service of remembrance.

Servicesacross the county coincided with a service attended by the Queen in London.

More than 10,000 military veterans and civilians will march past the Cenotaph later to mark Remembrance Sunday.

For the first time, their number will include representatives of a World War Two unit known as “Churchill’s Secret Army”.

Her Majesty led the nation’s commemorations from Whitehall.

A two-minute silence will be observed by military veterans and senior officers, political and religious leaders and Commonwealth dignitaries

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