Blackpool tower will be lit in pink from 6.30pm tonight to lend support to the family of missing Welsh 5-year-old April Jones.
People will be letting off lanterns and balloons. Organisers hope it will let April's family know they are thinking of them.
Matthew Woods, 19, from Chorley in Lancashire, has been jailed for 12 weeks after admitting making grossly offensive comments on his Facebook page about missing 5-year-old April Jones.
He made a number of derogatory and explicit posts about April and Madeline McCann.
A man from Chorley has admitted making offensive comments on Facebook about the missing 5-year-old April Jones.
Matthew Wood, 20, pleaded guilty to posting 'grossly offensive' material at Chorley Magistrates Court.
April went missing in her home town of Machynlleth a week ago.
A man from Chorley will appear in court this morning after abusive comments were posted online about missing April Jones.
The schoolgirl disappeared a week ago.
Matthew Wood, who is 20, has been charged with making offensive remarks on Facebook
A Lancashire Police spokesperson said: "Matthew Wood, 20, of Eaves Lane, Chorley is charged under Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 with sending by means of a public electronic communications network a message or other matter that is grossly offensive.
"He will appear at Chorley Magistrates on Monday"
Police in Lancashire are hunting a man from Chorley who posted "sick" comments about missing schoolgirl April Jones online.
His comments sparked an angry backlash on Facebook.
A vigilante group is reported to have called at the man's parents' house in Chorley.
Lancashire Police confirmed it was investigating the comments and was looking for a man in connection with their inquiry.