The East Midlands joined the nation in a minute's silence at noon to remember the 38 victims of the Tunisian terror attack.Read the full story ›
The bodies of eight Britons killed in the Tunisian beach atrocity have been repatriation to the UK today.
Among those on board were Scott Chalkley, from Derby, his partner Sue Davey and Leicester couple Ray and Angela Fisher.
The five remaining bodies of British victims will be repatriated tomorrow.
West Midlands Ambulance Service gather for one minute of silence to remember those who died in Tunisia.
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Owen Richards - who survived last week's attack in Tunisia - is seen alongside his mother during the minute's silence at Walsall's stadium.
The attack claimed the lives of the 16-year-old's brother, uncle and grandfather.
Sue Davey, mother and sister of victims of the attack, attends the silence held outside at Walsall Football Club.
People all over the Midlands have gathered to pay their tributes and remember those who were lost in the tragic terrorist attack in Tunisia.
Walsall's entire playing squad and manager will be present outside the club's stadium during a minute's silence for the victims of the Tunisia terror attack, the club has confirmed.
Three Walsall fans - Joel Richards, 19, Adrian Evans, 49, and Charles ‘Patrick’ Evans, 78 - were killed in last Friday's massacre, the deadliest terror attack on Britons since the London bombings in 2005.