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Woolwich remembered drummer Lee Rigby, as his funeral took place in his hometown in Greater Manchester.
A piper played the last post at the barracks where he was based, just yards away from where he was killed, while more than one hundred bikers joined members of the public and the fusilier's army colleagues.
Piers Hopkirk reports:
The crowd outside the church where Fusilier Lee Rigby's funeral took place fell silent as the murdered soldier's coffin was carried from the building.
Thousands of well-wishers then began applauding as the soldier's family left Bury Parish Church following the service:
In his eulogy, Fusilier Lee Rigby's commanding officer, Colonel Jim Taylor, said:
Murdered Fusilier Lee Rigby was a "fantastic soldier", his commanding officer said as he prepared to give a eulogy at his funeral.
Lieutenant Colonel Jim Taylor, commanding officer of the 2nd Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (2RRF), said:
Labour leader Ed Miliband described the murder of Lee Rigby as a "terrible crime against a brave soldier" ahead of his funeral.
Crowds of well-wishers applauded as the family of Fusilier Lee Rigby arrived for his funeral service at Bury Parish Church:
Lyn Rigby, the mother of murdered soldier Lee Rigby, arrived at Bury Parish Church for his funeral service.
The Prime Minister David Cameron and Mayor of London Boris Johnson have arrived at Bury Parish Church ahead of the funeral of Fusilier Lee Rigby, who was murdered in Woolwich.