The mother of a murdered Gloucester teenager has spoken of her loss. 19-year-old Zac Evans was killed in an alleged machete attack on Saturday 24 January.
Thousands turned out in Bristol last night to mark the start of the City's year as European Green Capital.
Bristol is the first UK city to be given the status and kicked things off with high wire stunt 100 feet above the ground.
Mayor George Ferguson even took a step away from his traditional red trousers to support the city's green ambitions:
Prayers will be said for Zac Evans' family and friends in church services across the region this morning.
The Diocese of Gloucester has told us that the 19 year old will be remembered at services at St Georges in Tuffley and at Gloucester Cathedral.
Zac died after a suspected machete attack outside a Gloucester pub on Friday night. Two others were injured in the attack. One man has been arrested.