A light display paying tribute to those who support asylum seekers and refugees is attracting plenty of visitors to Gloucester Cathedral.
'Where There is Light' has been created to mark 20 years of work by Gloucestershire Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers (GARAS).
The installation, created by a Gloucestershire-based digital arts group, features music with the stories of some of the people the organisation has helped.
GARAS offers a 'safe space' for refugees and asylum seekers who arrive in Gloucestershire.
As well as somewhere to feel comfortable, they are given advice on housing, immigration, law, education and future careers.
Those who need it are also offered counselling there.
The installation can be found in The Lady Chapel at Gloucester Cathedral.
Visitors are reminded to enjoy the artwork quietly and reflect on the vital work that is done for refugees and asylum seekers in the area,
The display will be there until Sunday 23 February.