A hockey club held a moment of silence and a minute's applause for a former player who was killed when a tree fell on her caravan earlier this week. Bethany Freeman, 17, was asleep when the tree came down in Hever, Kent. Edenbridge Hockey Club held the tribute before a match earlier today.
Bethany was a Gold Olympic Young Ambassador in 2012, and played with several sports clubs around Kent, coaching younger girls at school and at various clubs.
Around this time every year someone somewhere receives the news that they are to be burned at the stake or at least that their thirty-foot effigy will be.
They learn that they have been picked as a Bonfire Society's annual 'guy'. Previous 'victims' have included Lance Armstrong, Cherie Blair, Katie Price, Gordon Brown and Russell Brand.
So who've they gone for this year? Well here's a clue: her effigy carries the words "speak before you think". Derek Johnson reports.
A 30 foot effigy of outspoken television personality Katie Hopkins will be burned this weekend in Kent.
A steel-framed model of Katie will go up in flames this weekend at Edenbridge's annual bonfire night.
Lance Armstrong, Wayne Rooney and Tony Blair have previously been chosen as celebrity guys.
Artist Frank Shepherd said that they would welcome Katie Hopkins to set fire her effigy!
This is the celebrity Guy that will put on the bonfire at Edenbridge this year.
It's Katie Hopkins, ex Apprentice star and author, who is well known for her outspoken views on what working mothers choose to name their children.
It has been announced that Katie Hopkins will be this year's celebrity Guy for the Edenbridge Bonfire night.
We'll find out today which celebrity guy will be burnt at the stake for this year's annual Edenbridge bonfire night. Wayne Rooney, Tony Blair and Lance Armstrong have all been torched in previous years. The society will reveal all later.
Tributes are being paid to Bethany Freeman who died when a tree fell onto the caravan where she was sleeping in Hever near Edenbridge. The seventeen year old has been described as a 'super kid'.
One person has been killed in the South East by one of the most ferocious storms to batter the region for years and another is missing feared dead. John Ryall reports from Kent, after a teenager is crushed by a falling tree in the mobile home she was sleeping in.
The teenager killed by a falling tree in Kent today has been named as Bethany Freeman. It's believed Bethany and other family members had been living in caravans near their home in Hever, while renovation work was taking place.
Bethany, 17, was a Sixth former at Tunbridge Wells Girls' Grammar School. Headteacher Linda Wybar, posted a message on the School's website, saying the entire school community was 'profoundly shocked and saddened'.
She added that Beth was 'universally respected as an individual who always had time for others'.
The girl who died when a tree fell on her mobile home in Hever, Kent has been named locally as Bethany Freeman, whose nickname was "Gia".