The man behind Leeds Festival says he has booked the "ultimate rock band" with this year's headliners Metallica.
The metal giants close the weekend following headline performances from The Libertines on Friday and Mumford and Sons on Saturday.
Melvin Benn said Metallica were consistent performers still at the top of their game:
Colleagues from Nottinghamshire County Council came together to remember retired social worker John Stollery from Newark.
We asked how you have been cooling off .... and here's a selection of your pictures. It's obviously a dog's life for some.
Neighbours of Christopher and Sharon Bell paid their respects to the couple by holding a minute's silence outside their home in Seacroft.
People fell silent across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire at noon, to remember those who died in last week's atrocity. The widower of victim Claire Windass was among about 150 people who paid their respects to her at St Barnabas Church in Barnetby near Scunthorpe. Here is the Rev Alan Wright.
The minute's silence at Leeds rail station was all the more poignant as victim Christopher Bell worked there in the ticket office - described by Northern Rail as a 'much loved and highly valued colleague who will be greatly missed'.
Mr Bell was killed along with his wife Sharon, a care worker, in the shooting last Friday.
Neighbours and friends of Christopher and Sharon Bell, the Leeds couple killed in last week's terror attack, gathered near their home to pay their respects during today's minute's silence.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh observed the silence as they visited the University of Strathclyde's Technology and Innovation Centre.
Friends and family are gathering at St Barnabas Church in Barnetby for a service to remember Tunisia victim Claire Windass.
Claire, who was 54, was born and grew up in Barnetby and then lived in Scunthorpe for 35 years, before moving to Hull in 2012 after getting married.