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An online Service of Thanksgiving for HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, took place in Aylesbury on Friday 16th April at 10am.

The service was organised by the Lord Lieutenancy and was held in The Oculus at The Gateway in Aylesbury.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions the number of attendees was restricted, so to ensure as many people as possible could see the service, it was filmed and webcast.

The service was led by Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant Countess Elizabeth Howe and the Right Reverend Dr Alan Wilson, Bishop of Buckingham.

Hymns were sung by a local Choir, pre-recorded, and were included in the service.

The complete service can be viewed on Buckinghamshire Council's website

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