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Bristol falls silent on Armistice Day

Children at today's remembrance service in Clifton. Credit: ITV West Country/Richard Payne
St John's memorial in Clifton. Credit: ITV News/Richard Payne
Children gather to pay their respects to the Fallen. Credit: ITV News/Richard Payne
Local schoolchildren left hand-written notes and wreaths at the memorial. Credit: ITV News/Richard Payne
"Our Heroes, from the children at Clifton Tots." Credit: ITV News/Richard Payne

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Exeter's service of remembrance

The Exeter Branch, Royal Marines Association, are holding an Armistice Day Service of Remembrance at the World War 1 Graves at Higher Cemetery.

People gathered at a memorial in Exeter Credit: ITV West Country/Bob Cruwys
Credit: ITV West Country/Bob Cruwys
Credit: ITV West Country/Bob Cruwys

Children from Ladysmith Junior School in Exeter laid poppy crosses at the World War 1 graves.

Credit: ITV West Country/Bob Cruwys
Credit: ITV West Country/Bob Cruwys
Credit: ITV West Country/Bob Cruwys

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Bristol Poppy Appeal launches with a sing-song

Veterans, volunteers and a pair of 80s pop stars were in Cabot Circus this afternoon to launch this year's Bristol Poppy Appeal.

Hundreds of shoppers stopped to watch The Korgis perform their hit single 'Everybody's got learn Sometime'. For the next six weeks all the song's royalties will go towards the appeal.

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This year's message is about recognising the sacrifices made across all generations.

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