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Last Updated: Sunday, 10 July, 2005, 11:31 GMT 12:31 UK
Services held for blast victims
James Adams
James Adams failed to make contact with his mother
Services for the dead and injured in the London bombings have been held across the region.

At Norwich Cathedral prayers were said for the dead, injured and missing. The Lord Mayor attended together with civic dignitaries from across Norfolk.

There was a more personal link for the congregation at Bretton Baptist Church in Peterborough, Cambs.

Friends and family of church regular James Adams, 32, missing since the attacks, gathered for the service.

Mr Adams last spoke to his mother on Thursday morning to say he had arrived at Kings Cross, where he had travelled to go to work.

Two-minute silence

A two-minute silence was also held in Peterborough in honour of those who lost their lives

Members of all religious groups congregated in Cathedral Square.

In a message being read out at Our Lady Immaculate Roman Catholic Church in Chelmsford, Essex , Pope Benedict XVI called on the terrorists who carried out the bombings to "stop in the name of God" .

The church has held special services since the attacks on London.




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