Respects paid on Remembrance Sunday in Lincoln

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Hundreds attended a service at Lincoln Cathedral on Remembrance Sunday, honouring those who have lost their lives whilst serving in the armed forces.

The service was one of a number of remembrance events on Sunday, November 13.

Bells chimed and poppy petals were scattered at Lincoln Cathedral before the annual service and march.

A number of services took place earlier this week on Armistice Day, marking the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, 1918, when World War One came to an end.

The day is not just for those who fought in the First World War, bust also for the 12,000 British servicemen and women who have been injured or lost their lives since 1945.

Take a look back at the service this week at the Lincoln Bomber Command memorial spire: