As America goes into mourning after the worst mass shooting in its history, Bristol has been commemorating those killed over the weekend.
A vigil has been held at College Green to remember the victims of the shooting. Speakers at the event included the city's Mayor Marvin Rees.
49 people died when US-born Omar Mateen burst into the popular Pulse nightclub and opened fire in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Across the world, thousands have gathered to remember the victims and show solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community.
Supporters from a host of oragnisations are in attendance paying their respects:
- Stand Against Racism & Inequality (SARI)
- Bristol Hate Crime Services
- Bristol and other South West based Prides
- Out Bristol
- LGBT Bristol
- Diversity Trust
- Police LGBT Liaison
- Bristol City Council
Latest social media figures show 1,200 people attended the event. Bristol Cathedral also opened its doors to people wanting to light a candle and reflect.
Hear from some of the people gathered on the Green, united in support:
Rainbow flags were proudly on display at the vigil of remembrance:
They've also been vigils held in Bath and Swindon.