The friends of 24-year-old Matt Jones, who was one of the victim's of the Shoreham air crash, have paid tribute to him by releasing balloons at Littlehampton in Sussex. Stevie Johnson, said she had known him for more than a decade. She was involved in preparing the memorial event.
Thousands of people attending the Wings and Wheels Dunsfold airshow near Guildford in Surrey have remembered the victims of the air crash which happened during the Shoreham Airshow last weekend.
The crowd, some seated, some standing - paid tribute exactly a week after the events on the A27 in Sussex. The events last week have changed the rules governing airshows, meaning older aircraft are now not allowed to perform acrobatic displays.
People have gathered in Lancing in Sussex to observe a minute's silence in memory of those killed in the Shoreham air crash.
West Sussex's senior coroner has confirmed that formal identification of the victims has been completed and all the families have been informed.
Inquests into their deaths will open in Horsham, West Sussex on Wednesday.
Penelope Schofield said: "Identifying all 11 victims has been a difficult process due to the horrific nature of the accident and the intensity of the fire."
The search is continuing at the scene in order to recover all the remains, West Sussex County Council have said.
A minute's silence has been held to remember victims of the Shoreham air disaster in which at least 11 people died last Saturday.
Hundreds of people gathered at a wooden toll bridge near the crash site where hundreds of floral tributes have been left.
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A victim of the Shoreham air crash will be remembered at a special event on Littlehampton seafront this afternoon.
Matt Jones was killed last weekend when a Hawker Hunter plane crashed onto cars on the A27.
Balloons are to be released to mark one week since his death.
A photograph of a person apparently playing a guitar while driving on the A27 near Chichester has been circulating on social media.
No formal complaint has been made to Sussex Police.
"I have seen the photograph. Unfortunately there is no vehicle registration number, nor is it clear if the person with the guitar is actually the driver. However, it is perhaps an opportunity to underline the message that motorists should never do anything that distracts them from driving while on the move or in traffic."
A motorist has been spotted strumming away on a guitar while driving down a busy dual carriageway.
The motorist, who has not been named, was snapped by bus passenger Nichola Carr on the A27 near Chichester, West Sussex.
The driver was wearing a suit as he slapped a tune on what appeared to be a five-string Warwick bass guitar worth approximately £500.
Nichola said: “I did not know you could drive and play the guitar.”
Neil Greig, director of policy and research at the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM), said: “You cannot drive and play the guitar at the same time.
“We always say you cannot do two things at once if one of them is driving – this is the first time I have heard of someone playing guitar at the wheel.”