A minute's applause has been held at a football match in memory of two players killed in the Shoreham air crash.
It was Worthing United's first game since the deaths of Matt Grimstone and Jacob Schilt.
The match was a sell out with one thousand tickets bought instead of the usual one hundred. Abigail Bracken has this report.
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A minute's applause has been held at a football match in memory of two players killed in the Shoreham air crash. Shirts, flowers and written tributes have been placed outside Worthing United's ground to remember Matt Grimstone and Jacob Schilt.
Footage from cockpit cameras, in the Hawker Hunter jet which crashed into the Shoreham Air Show, has revealed "no abnormal indications" during the flight and that the aircraft "appeared to be responding to the pilot's control inputs," according to an initial report by Farnborough's Air Accident Investigation Branch.
Eleven men were killed in the disaster last month. All had been on the A27 at Shoreham when the Hawker Hunter aircraft crashed onto the carriageway.
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The family of 54-year-old Mark Trussler from Worthing, who died in the Shoreham air crash, describe him as a loving "family man."
Mark, a window cleaner, had taken his motorbike for a spin to Shoreham as he wanted to see the last flight of the Vulcan.
Fiancee Giovanna Chirico said: "It was a nice day and I text him when the flight was due. He replied saying I should get the kids ready so we could take them out to lunch on his return. I said I loved him and he replied 'I love you too, forever.' I didn't hear from him again.
"He was an amazing dad who had a passion for motorbikes and rugby. He would do anything for his kids and they couldn't have asked for a better dad. He loved all his family. He was happy-go-lucky and if you were down he would cheer you up. We are going to miss him terribly."
Mark was a much-loved son, dad, fiance, brother and cousin. He has six children Samantha (pictured), Kaitlin, and Luke, 12, Mia, 10, Sophia, three, and two-year-old Alicia (pictured with Giovanna)
In paying tribute to her father Samatha Hollis said: "My Dad was my best friend and the best father anyone could ask for. He would always make me laugh with his silly jokes. I will painfully miss him every day. I am very proud to be his daughter; he was loved by so many."
The family of Richard Smith, who died along with his friend Dylan Archer in the Shoreham air crash, has issued a tribute.
26 year-old Richard set out from his home in Hove to meet his friend Dylan Archer for a bike ride into the South Downs to join another friend but they were killed when a vintage jet crashed on to the A27.
His family said, "Richard was a lively, good humoured 26-year-old. He worked in marketing and web development at ActSmart, an independent company based in Hove, specialising in providing advice to the cycle industry."
"Richard grew up in Buckinghamshire before going to university in Birmingham. Our family moved to Hampshire in 2008 and Richard returned from university to work in a cycle shop in Cosham. Two years ago he moved to Hove."
"Richard's passions in life were for his family, friends and his beloved bikes. His boundless enthusiasm was infectious. He was a truly wonderful, caring and loving person. He leaves behind his partner Victoria, his parents Julie and Jonathan, and two much-loved brothers William and Edward. He will be so sorely missed by all who knew him."
"All our family appreciate the beautiful tributes to Richard and offers of help and support we have received from friends. Our gratitude and thanks go to Sussex Police for the sensitive and thorough way they have helped us."
The family of Dylan Archer, a cyclist who died along with his friend Richard Smith at the Shoreham air crash, have paid tribute to him.
42 year-old Dylan was on a cycle ride with his friend Richard Smith on the bike that he loved and made himself.
His family said, " Dylan was a kind and loving father, partner, brother, grandson and friend. His dry humour and generous nature will be greatly missed by all who knew him."
"Dylan was a trusted and respected IT consultant, co-founder and Director of a Brighton IT company.
"He leaves behind Alice, his partner of 17 years, their two sons aged 15 and 12, his sister Ruth and two-year-old niece. He was adored by them all."
"The family are very touched by all the tributes, and thank everyone for their kindness and generosity."
"We would also like to extend our gratitude to Sussex Police, who have been amazing in helping us deal with this devastating loss. Their professional, supportive and caring staff have been a comfort to us all and made the whole dreadful experience more bearable."
Shoreham residents have come together to light up a bridge through the town, in tribute to the victims of last weekend's airshow disaster.
The candle-lit vigil was arranged by organisers of the Shoreham's River Fest event on the Adur Ferry Bridge.
It brought to an end an emotional day of memorial events, one week on from the crash on the A27. Emma Wilkinson was at the vigil:
The part of the A27 that was closed after an aircraft crashed onto the carriageway during the Shoreham Airshow has been partially reopened.
Two lanes are open on the eastbound carriageway heading towards Brighton. One lane has been reopened on the westbound carriageway. The other lane of the westbound carriageway remains shut for police investigation work to continue on the verge of the road.
Sussex Police say the westbound entry slip road at the Adur flyover, from the A283, also remains closed.
A 40mph speed limit is in place and the traffic lights at the Sussex Pad junction, which were damaged in the aircraft crash have been removed.
The A27 remains closed to pedestrians, equestrians and cyclists, and the bus stop on the westbound carriageway cannot be used.
Regarding access to Coombes Road / Lancing College and Sussex Pad -access is for residents only and will be under police control.
HGV drivers wanting to reach the airport or businesses via Old Shoreham Road must make an arrangement in advance with the airport and the police.
Members of the public can access the airport using the A283 and the A259, but there is a maximum vehicle height limit of 2.1 metres.
Memorial events have been taking place this weekend to remember the eleven people killed and others who were injured, when the aircraft crashed onto the A27 on Saturday 22 August.