LARGE crowds turned out to pay their respects at Darlington's remembrance parade and service today.

The official Service of Remembrance was held in Holy Trinity Church followed by a parade along Woodland Road and Hollyhurst Road to the Cenotaph at Darlington Memorial Hospital.

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The procession then assembled at the cenotaph at Darlington Memorial Hospital where the Reverend James Harvey of Holy Trinity Church led the Act of Remembrance.

Civic dignitaries including Darlington Mayor Cyndi Hughes, members of the armed forces and veterans laid a wreath in memory of all those from the borough who lost their lives in the world wars and later conflicts.

There was also a second Service of Remembrance held later in the afternoon at West Cemetery, on Carmel Road North.


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