St Mary’s Church in Bramshott was packed as villagers and Liphook residents turned out to honour those who had fallen in war.

On the war memorial near the church, the Roll of Honour records the names of 47 local men who died during the First World War, and 25 who died during the Second World War.

Those attending the Act of Remembrance on November 13 included veterans, families, Liphook Scout and Guide groups, and parish, district and county councillors among others.

A short church service was also held, and the two minutes’ silence at the memorial saw flags and the Royal British Legion standard dipped while the hushed crowd stood with bowed heads.