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25 May 2017, 14:05
Vigils and silences have been held with condolence books opening across the region
Hundreds of people have gathered across Nottingham, Leicester and Derby to pay tribute to those killed and injured in Monday's terror attack in Manchester.
Tonight we found deep love for Manchester right here in Leicester. Let's find more. pic.twitter.com/CcIlEJXjX4— David Monteith (@davidrmmonteith) May 24, 2017
A minutes silence was held at 11am on Thursday morning to remember all those affected by Monday's atrocity, including Nottingham's Old Market Square:
Police forces across the region also took part in the silence:
Condolence books have opened at council houses for people to share their love and support to the victims and their families: