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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:
The funeral service of murdered soldier Fusilier Lee Rigby was officiated by the Rev Dr John Findon.
The hymns were Who Would True Valour See, Lord Of All Hopefulness and I Vow To Thee My Country. The choir sang Deep Peace Of The Running Wave.
Moving tributes from the family of murdered soldier Fusilier Lee Rigby have been left outside Bury Parish Church where his funeral is taking place.
Thousands of mourners gather outside Bury Parish Church to remember murdered soldier Lee Rigby.
In his eulogy, Fusilier Lee Rigby's commanding officer, Colonel Jim Taylor, said:
Crowds of well-wishers applauded as the family of Fusilier Lee Rigby arrived for his funeral service at Bury Parish Church:
The young son of Lee Rigby paid tribute to "My Daddy My Hero" as thousands of mourners gathered to remember the murdered soldier.
Members of the public applauded Fusilier Rigby's comrades and forces veterans as they arrived for the funeral service at Bury Parish Church, where comrades had maintained a guard of honour overnight.
Applause also greeted the 25-year-old's heartbroken loved ones, who joined about 800 mourners inside for the private service just a couple of miles from his home town of Middleton, Greater Manchester.
Fusilier Rigby's wife Rebecca, 30, walked in with the couple's two-year-old son Jack, who wore a blue T-shirt with the words "My Daddy My Hero" on the back.
His mother Lyn, 46, was in tears as she held hands with her husband, Ian, 54, Lee's stepfather. The soldier's sisters, Sara, 24, and Chelsea, 21, embraced each other in tears outside the church.
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The young son of Fusilier Lee Rigby paid tribute to "My Daddy My Hero" as thousands gathered to remember the soldier as he was buried.
Well-wishers turned out in their hundreds to honour murdered soldier Lee Rigby at a vigil on the eve of his funeral.