A large group of residents gathered at Jubilee Park in Bordon for the national minute’s silence in memory of the Queen at 8pm on Sunday.

Electric candles were handed out and Whitehill town mayor Cllr Leeroy Scott read a speech, with Cllr Bisi Kennard holding a torch so he could see his notes.

Whitehill Town Council leader Cllr Andy Tree said: “I marked the start and end of the minute, timed by town clerk Lorraine Jeffs, with a whistle. We then all sung the national anthem, God Save The King.”

Residents also put flowers and notes on the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee cherry tree.