A minute's silence has been held at Burnham-on-Sea in memory of Dylan Cecil. The four year-old fell into the sea from the town's slipway a week ago. His mother Rachel McCollum and Darren Cecil joined crowds for a minute's silent reflection in his memory.
The event took place as part of the town's rescue services day. It will be followed by a memorial service at St Andrew's Church.
Ms McCollum's father and Caroline Hall who lost her daughter Lelaina when she became trapped in low-tide mud near Burnham-On-Sea in 2002, spoke to ITV News. For more on this story visit the ITV News West website.
The relatives of Dylan Cecil, who slipped into the sea from a jetty, say they are grateful after police believe they have found his body.
The mother of Dylan Cecil says is "devastated" but will stay in Burnham-on-Sea for "as long as it takes" until her son is found.
The search for a four-year-old boy - who went missing in the sea while on holiday - has been called off by rescuers.