Isle Of Man / Ellan Vannin

Two-minute silence observed for Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Sunday has been marked with a two-minute silence on the Isle of Man.

Services were held at churches and chapels in memory of those who have died in conflicts since World War I.

The Manx government asked for drivers on the road at the time of the silence at 11:00 GMT to stop their engines as a mark of respect.

The Royal Chapel of St John hosted the island's national service of remembrance at 15:00 GMT.

A two-minute silence was also observed on the island on Friday.

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