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Scott Chalkley and his partner Sue Davey from Tamworth, were murdered in the Tunisia beach massacre in June.
Today, a six hour football tournament was held at Sinfin Moor Park in Derby to celebrate their lives.
Scott's friends, colleagues and family all came together to make the day one to remember.
Gareth Owen reports.
Friends and colleagues of a couple who were killed in the Tunisia beach massacre, have held a football tournament in Derby to celebrate their lives.
Scott Chalkley, and his partner Sue Davey from Tamworth were killed in June, when attackers stormed a beach in Sousse killing 30 Britons.
Bradley and Ross Naylor, Scott Chalkley's sons, told ITV News Central the support has "been amazing".
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The Midlands could see temperatures of up to 25 or 26°C this weekend, as hot and humid air is expected to be pushed into Britain, creating a 'Spanish Plume'.
As the wind becomes southerly, there will be a brief surge of heat from the continent will affect central and eastern parts of England. However, heavy rain is likely to become widespread through the weekend.
Which areas will be affected?
Norwich could reach 28°C while Birmingham and Lincoln could see temperatures of 25 or 26°C.
What is a 'Spanish Plume'?
A 'Spanish Plume' is a nickname used to describe a weather situation in which a large southwards dip in the high altitude jet stream develops to the west of Europe encouraging a deep southerly wind flow.
This pushes hot and humid air from Iberia north and north-east into northern Europe, including the British Isles. Combined with heating from the summer sunshine, this can encourage thunderstorms to develop.
The strong winds from the jet stream help to organise the thunderstorms and can aid in their severity.
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