REMEMBRANCE was observed by people of all ages at a parade and service in Tadley.

A parade made its way from Tadley Primary School to St Paul's Church, both in The Green, on Sunday afternoon.

This procession consisted of an array of youth groups - guides, scouts, brownies, cubs, beavers and more - who filed into St Paul's for a service of remembrance alongside members of other community groups, organisations and residents.

After the service, there was a laying of wreaths by 17 groups and individuals before an immaculately observed period of silence to remember the fallen.

Among those in attendance was former RAF man, 79-year-old George Charman who was wearing both his and his father's medals - his father served in the Second World War.

Mr Charman, who saw service in Cyprus and Malaya, said: "Today, I remember some of my colleagues that were killed and I remember my father of course."