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Shoppers in Bristol joined the nation as it paused earlier this morning during a two minute silence to mark Armistice Day.
Tens of thousands of people across the region have been taking part in services of remembrance. A hundred years on from the start of World War One people paused pay tribute to those who lost their lives. David Woodland has this report:
A service of Remembrance is being held this afternoon at Gloucester Cathedral. Attending the service are Civic Dignitaries, including the High Sheriff and Vice Lord-Lieutenant, members of the Royal British Legion, Royal Naval Association, Gloucester Sea Cadets, serving and ex-members of the Armed Forces.
A parade will form outside the Cathedral at 4:30pm before being led by the Standard Bearers on a march through the streets of Gloucester.
Wreaths were laid at the memorial on the lower Green earlier this afternoon.
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Thousands of people have been remembering those who have fallen in conflict since the outbreak of World War I.