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Prayers for family of young photographer

Mourners gathered to pay their respects to an 18-year-old student whose body was recovered from sea following a nine-day search after he went missing.
More than 140 people joined the Search for Harry Martin Facebook group in their search for Harry, from Membland, near Newton Ferres, last Saturday.
The body was discovered at around 10.40am at nearby Carswell Cove by members of the public who had joined the search with canoes and kayaks.
Prayers were said for Harry and his family at church services in Newton Ferrers, Noss Mayo and Holbeton on Sunday.
The Rev Anne Legge, vicar of St Peter’s Revelstoke, told parishioners at the weekend: ‘You will know by now that Harry has been removed from the sea and is at peace.
‘We have been praying for him to be found, and our prayers have been answered. Georgina, Tony, James and the rest of the family know that they have our love and continuing support as they begin to come to terms with Harry’s death.
‘You are all in my prayers, as together we face the loss of a young and much-loved member of our community.
‘They remain very grateful to everyone who has searched and especially to those who went out and contributed to the discovery of Harry’s body.’
Harry, who recently started a course in film and TV production at Greenwich University in London, went to Ivybridge Community College.

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