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Wednesday, 2 February, 2000, 10:14 GMT
In pictures: The Hyde service

St George's Church in Hyde was packed as families and friends of serial killer Harold Shipman's victims joined together in grief.



Hundreds of mourners attended the ecumenical service



Angella Woodruff, whose mother Kathleen Grundy was murdered by Shipman, was among them



The Mayor of Tameside, Frank Robinson, offered his condolences



A girl prepares to light an altar candle




The family of Bertha Moss, whose death is being investigated by police, prayed together
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