The Devizes Branch of the Royal British Legion have joined tributes for Prince Phillip in a socially-distanced ceremony.

The Union Jack at St John's Church, on Long Street, has been lowered to mark the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.

Members of the branch came together on Saturday (April 10) to pay tribute.

Committee members pay tribute

Committee members pay tribute

The Prince had a long history with the market town.

On May 4, 2004, the Prince visited Crammer Court and the historic Wadworth Brewery in Devizes where he was invited to drive one of its traditional brewery drays pulled by magnificent Shire horses.

On May 7, 2015, the then 93-year-old Prince Philip visited Devizes to open a new care facility at Hayward Care Centre in Corn Croft Lane.