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Hundreds of people gathered in the centre of High Wycombe to pay their respects to the fallen on Remembrance Sunday. 

A parade - consisting of the likes of Steve Baker MP, town mayor Cllr Brian Pearce and Air Marshal Sir Colin Terry, Deputy Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire - made its way down the High Street from Queen Victoria Road before reaching All Saints Church. 

Service men and women - past and present - cadets, St John's Ambulance representatives and emergency services personnel also took part in the procession. 

Following their arrival at the church, crowds who had gathered to mark the occasion stood together for a two-minute silence at 11am before wreaths were laid at the war memorial. 

A service inside the church then followed. 

After the event, Steve Baker MP, said: "Every year, it seems more people turn out in High Wycombe to remember the fallen - good.

"I’m proud of our town’s commitment to honouring those who defend and have defended peace, freedom and democracy."