The Tricolore flag can be seen flying at half-mast outside the Guildhall in Northampton.
It's one of many places in our region to show solidarity with France in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks on 13th November.
People gathered for a minute silence at 11am with the British and French flag flying side by side.
A candle lit vigil will take place at 6pm tonight at the University of Essex in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night.
Hundreds are expected to attend the event in 'Square 3' at the campus in Wivenhoe near Colchester.
It's been organised in honour of the lives lost in attacks carried out by terrorists in Paris, but also Lebanon and Baghdad.
"These truly barbaric acts have shocked everyone. A great number of the French students had family in Paris, some in the 10-11th arrondissement. To my knowledge, they are yet to know any of the deceased."
Senior lecturers will join students and readings will be done from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to remind everyone of its fundamental values.
A vigil will be held in Luton town centre today in memory of those killed in the Paris attacks.
Members of different faith groups will gather outside the town hall at 1.30pm.
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The French flag is flying at half mast in Colchester, after one of its own were killed in the Paris attacks
36 year old Nick Alexander was the Bataclan concert hall, where he was selling band merchandise, when the gunmen opened fire.
Norwich City Hall joined landmarks all over the world last night to pay tribute to the Paris victims.
The whole building was lit up in blue, white and red show solidarity with France.
Since his death in the Paris attacks was confirmed yesterday, friends have been posting tributes to Nick Alexander. The 36 year old had been working at the Bataclan Theatre when gunmen opened fire.
His girlfriend Polina Buckley posted pictures of the pair together, saying she was 'completely crushed and heartbroken'.
3 years ago on this day I met you on the corner of East 15th and Irving Pl. I fell in love the moment I laid eyes on you. This was the most loving, passionate and eventful relationship I've ever experienced. You were my everything. My lover, my best friend, my soulmate.
I am completely crushed and heartbroken right now. I will miss you terribly. Sleep tight, my sweet prince. I will always love you
Joe Trohman, guitarist for rock band Fall Out Boy, tweeted Nick was 'a great guy'.
Just found out Nick Alexander was one of the people murdered last night in Paris. Great guy. I'm horrified. #RIPNickAlexander
While Matthew Leone, the bass player for Madina Lake, said Nick was 'a treasured part of our family'.
Nick Alexander was our @madinalake merch guy. Lived w us on & off the bus, through innumerable experiences. A treasured part of our family
A fundraising page has been set up to honour Nick Alexander - the Colchester man shot dead in the Paris attacks. So far it's raised more than $40,000 (£26,000).
The GoFundMe memorial was started by one of Mr Alexander's friend to help his family with funeral costs. But so many donations flooded in the money will now help more families of victims
On the site friend Miguel Benavidesor wrote "tonight raise a glass to the memory of Nick Alexander a guy doing a simple job of touring with a band and selling t-shirts going new places and making new friends. Here is to you my friend may you and the others from this tragic event find peace."
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