Stars of the stage and screen have gathered in Thame in Oxfordshire to witness the unveiling of a plaque to Bee Gees star Robin Gibb.
The funeral of Bee Gee Robin Gibb has been taking place at Thame in Oxfordshire today.
Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, who lived at Thame in Oxfordshire, has died after a battle against cancer.
Stars of the stage and screen have been mixing with the residents of Thame in Oxfordshire this afternoon, ahead of the unveiling of a plaque at the late Robin Gibb's home.
The blue plaque pays tribute to the late Bee Gees life and career.
Among those attending the special ceremony near St Mary's Church were Peter Andre, Tim Rice and radio presenter Bob Harris.
A blue plaque will be unveiled at the former home of Bee Gees star Robin Gibb later. The musician died in May following a lengthy battle with cancer and pneumonia.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Thame in Oxfordshire to pay their last respects at his funeral in June.
An invited audience will attend the unveiling this afternoon.
A BLUE plaque to Bee Gees legend Robin Gibb is due to be unveiled at the Oxfordshire house he loved next month.
It will be followed by a celebratory ticket-only garden party, which members of the public can attend, at the home he shared with his family in Thame on Sunday, September 30.
His wife Dwina said: "It is so well-deserved.
"Robin wrote a lot of songs in this house. It is where he created the Titanic Requiem with his son RJ and it is where Barry and Robin wrote You Win Again."
Mr Gibb died on May 20, aged 62, after a lengthy battle with cancer and pneumonia.
People flocked to his home - The Prebendal in Priest End, leaving floral tributes outside.
Then on June 8, thousands of people lined the streets to bid a tearful farewell to the music legend as he was laid to rest at St Mary's Church.
This is the full Meridian Tonight item on Robin Gibb's funeral. Reporter - Divya Kohli.
Members of the cortege prepare for the funeral of Bee Gee Robin Gibb.
Robin Gibb was a loyal supporter of the Armed Forces, and helped to organise Help for Heroes events. Fans of the Bee Gee will line the High Street at Thame in Oxfordshire to pay their respects to the star.
Mark Elliott from Help for Heroes pays tribute to Robin Gibb, who carried out work for the organisation. Robin forged close links with the Armed Forces and was a popular figure at events throughout the region.