Around a hundred people gathered in Exeter to call for solidarity after the UK voted to leave the European Union. The demonstration in Bedford Square was organised over social media in just 24 hours.
The majority of voters in the city voted to remain in the EU and the demonstration coincided with others in like-minded cities like Bristol, Manchester and London.
The demonstrators urged Britons to stand together with Europe, whatever the referendum result.
Juan Garcia Brecedo, a Spanish lecturer at the University of Exeter, who organised the event, says part of the problem is the uncertainty following the Brexit vote.
This gathering is still at its early stages and the organiser hopes that, by coming together, those interested will find a way forward in the post-referendum world.