In pictures: Havant turns out to pay respects on Remembrance Sunday

People in Havant turned out in huge numbers to pay their respects on Remembrance Sunday.

The service took place at St Faiths War Memorial with deputy lieutenant Major General James Balfour CBE DL in attendance, along with the mayor of Havant, Alan Mak MP and the leader of Havant Borough Council, councillor Alex Rennie.

At 10.35am the parade left Royal British Legion Ex-servicemen’s club, Brockhampton Lane, into Park Road South along Elm Lane before turning into North Street. Bagpiper Denton Smith was accompanied by drums courtesy of Hampshire Caledonian Pipe Band.

At 10.50am the parade assembled at the War Memorial outside St Faiths Church before there was an act of Remembrance at the War Memorial outside St Faiths Church at 10.52am.

This was followed by a two-minute’s silence at 11am. The Remembrance Service then took place inside St Faiths Church.

See pictures of the occasion here.