The projection of one hundred names of victims who have died of asbestos cancer in the East Midlands is a memorial to them but also a warning about the dangers of exposure to asbestos.
Yvette Oldham's husband, Trevor, died earlier this month.
– Yvette Oldham, Trevor's widow
"Trevor was a very fit guy and [this illness] tore us apart. He had major surgery and chemotherapy. It was ongoing. He was never free from pain."
Workers were exposed to asbestos at a variety of industries and workplaces, including carriage and wagon works, power stations, heavy engineering and the construction trades.