Hundreds of people gathered in Sheffield tonight in a show of solidarity in the wake of the terrorist attack at Manchester.
They converged on the Peace Gardens from 6pm for a vigil honouring the victims of last night's attack.
The crowd listened as religious and civic leaders condemned the actions of the suicide bomber and urged the community to stand together and support the victims.
There were tears as members of the public, some wearing Ariana Grande t-shirts, laid flowers.
The Lord Mayor's chaplain, Father Gus O'Reilly, joined Sheffield United Synagogue rabbi Jonathan Golomb and Pakistani Muslim Centre chairman Mohammad Ali in speaking.
Speakers also included Sheffield Hindu Samaj president Vithal Patel.
See tomorrow's Star for five pages of Manchester Terror Attack coverage.