More than 200 people turned out for a service to commemorate Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Wimborne Minster.

The Union Flag was paraded through the Minster at the start of the service, which was held on Sunday, September 18, before it was laid on the altar.

The Rector the Revd Canon Andrew Rowland conducted the service and gave the address with the prayers being led by the Curate the Revd Nick Wells and the Associate Priest the Revd Heath Waldsax.

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The service was attended by Lieut. Col Sally Cadec, a Deputy Lieutenant of Dorset representing the Lord-Lieutenant, Angus Campbell.

MP Michael Tomlinson was present along with the town mayor Cllr Carol Butter, the deputy mayor, Cllr Diann March, other members of the town council, the town clerk and the town crier.

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Representatives of the town and deanery clergy, Dorset Police and the Wimborne Branch of the Royal British Legion were also in attendance.

The two lessons were read by the mayor and the Deputy Lieutenant.

The Wimborne Militia fired two volleys at the conclusion of the service; the first as a final salute to Her Majesty The Queen and the second the first salute to His Majesty The King.