Prayers have been said and candles lit for the six soldiers killed in Afghanistan at a sombre service attended by hundreds of people paying their respects.
Halifax Minster in Yorkshire filled with people of all ages, many among them old soldiers proudly wearing their campaign medals, to remember the men who died when a Taliban roadside bomb destroyed their Warrior armoured vehicle in Helmand Province on Tuesday.
Hundreds of people filled Halifax Minster in Yorkshire to pay their respects to the six soldiers killed in Afghanistan earlier this week.
The Archbishop of York has offered his prayers to the military families mourning their loss this week.
The family of Sgt Nigel Coupe have paid a moving tribute to the highest ranking of the six British soldiers killed by a Taliban bomb.