Services have been held in Hull to mark the 40th anniversary of the worst-ever fishing disaster in the UK.
The Gaul, a fishing trawler, sank in the Barents Sea in on the night of the 8 and 9 February in 1974.
36 people died in the disaster, including six men from North Shields.
More to follow.
A special service to honour the Gaul trawlermen who were lost at sea will be today on the banks of the Humber. Organised by STAND (St Andrews Heritage Park Action Group), the service will take place at 12pm at St. Andrews Retail Park near the Sailmakers’ Arms Pub on the River Humber.
This year there will be a one minute silence followed by a ringing of the Gaul Bell by the Sea Cadets.
After the Service, wreaths will be laid and floral tributes cast into the river, flowers may also be placed on the railings in receptacles.