Pay­ing their re­spects to he­roes

Peo­ple across Bucks came to­gether to pay their re­spects on Re­mem­brance Sun­day and Armistice Day. Our pho­tog­ra­phers were there to cap­ture the scenes, which we share with you here and on the fol­low­ing three pages

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PEO­PLE in Chal­font St Peter gath­ered on Re­mem­brance Sun­day to pay their re­spects to the coun­try’s war dead and ob­serve two-min­utes si­lence.

See our five-page round up of events across Buck­ing­hamshire

REP­RE­SEN­TA­TIVES of groups from across the Chal­font St Peter com­mu­nity joined to com­mem­o­rate Re­mem­brance Day.

Mem­bers of the Royal Bri­tish Le­gion, coun­cil­lors and oth­ers took part in a pa­rade from Chal­font Leisure Cen­tre to the war memo­rial in the church­yard, where group rep­re­sen­ta­tives laid wreaths.

David Martin, Buck­ing­hamshire County coun­cil­lor for Chal­font St Peter, said: “It is a great hon­our to at­tend this event on be­half of the county coun­cil, and lay a wreath to com­mem­o­rate the 150 men of Chal­font St Peter who fell in both world wars.

“To­day’s attendance was higher than ever and it is heart­en­ing to see so many younger peo­ple and chil­dren here, and pay­ing their re­spects.

“As ever the or­gan­i­sa­tion by the Royal Bri­tish Le­gion was first class and the church ser­vice was both mov­ing and thought-pro­vok­ing.”

Photo by Huw Pow­ell www.buyapho­ NL201411085

TRIB­UTE: Chal­font Church of Eng­land Academy pupils stand in si­lence

Pho­tos by Huw Pow­ell www.buyapho­

EC­U­MENI­CAL SER­VICE: The clergy of Chal­font St Peter lead the prayers St Peter’s Church

SIGN OF RE­SPECT: Pupils from year six at Thorpe House School lay their wreath at the memo­rial

IN TUNE: The ever-re­li­able Che­sham All Girls’ Band

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