This morning, a minute's silence at 10.43 am marked the exact moment 25 years ago that a bomb exploded at the Cenotaph in Enniskillen.

At a moving service of remembrance and thanksgiving attended by Secretary of State Theresa Villiers and First Minister Peter Robinson, the silence was broken by the tolling of bells at st. Macartin's Cathedral.

The names of the 12 people who died as a result of the bombing were read out as flautist Alvin Mullan played Abide with Me.

Family members of victims laid wreaths at the Cenotaph.

The service, chaired by Austin Hunter, included a scripture reading by Sam Foster, who as a Councillor 25 years ago, helped to pull the injured from the rubble when the former Reading Rooms collapsed.

Ministers who took part in the service included Rev. David Cupples, who lost six members of his congregation in the bombing. He was joined by the Rev. Kenneth Hall, Canon John Stewart and Rev. Sam McGuffin.

A service of remembrance is to take place at 11.30am at St. Macartin's Cathedral.

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