There were heartbreaking scenes today in Woolwich as the family of Drummer Lee Rigby made the journey from Greater Manchester to the place in a south east London street where their loved one was murdered. Drummer Rigby's wife, Rebecca, who is also the mother of his two year old son Jack, placed a balloon at the site with the words "Dad in a million." You just hope that the wall of flowers and tributes which have grown enormously since Wednesday's attack offer some comfort to this family who have had to face such horror.
The police investigation into Drummer Rigby's murder continues apace with more arrests and we will have the very latest on the new developments in our programme tonight at 6:30pm.
We've also caught up with Mo Farah today who was back in the capital for a new event called the Bupa Westminster Mile. As part of the Olympic and Paralympic legacy, the race is designed to celebrate the Mile as one of the most iconic races in athletics. Tomorrow Mo will be looking for his fifth straight victory at the Bupa 10km London event. As he often does, the double Olympic champion took some time out to chat to ITV London and we were also introduced to a talented young man who could be following in Mo's running shoes in the future.
Hope you can join us on ITV at 6:30pm for all the above and more, plus Clare Nasir will have the weather forecast for the rest of the Bank Holiday weekend.
See you then,