A short service has been held at Winchester Cathedral to pay tribute to the victims of the bombing at the Manchester Arena. Prayers have also been said for the survivors and the emergency services personnel who helped in the aftermath.
Candles have been lit and a special area of remembrance has been set up with flowers, a map of Manchester and coloured stones representing all the lives which have been lost.
The Very Reverend Catherine Ogle, Dean of Winchester Cathedral, told us why they decided to hold the ceremony.
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