Thousands of schoolchildren are turning out in the streets of West Yorkshire to try and break a world record.
3,000 youngsters will be joining members of the public to make a formation of the Olympic rings outside Ossett Town Hall.
The event has been registered as an official Guinness World Record attempt.
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It is a year since the 80-year-old ex-miner died, almost five months after he was attacked in a violent robbery at his house in Maltby.
Flights and trains were cancelled or delayed and drivers were warned to steer clear of some main roads as winds of nearly 90mph hit.
Ken Cresswell and John Shaw, from Rotherham, were among four men to lose their lives after the collapse at the Didcot A plant a year ago.