An emotional memorial service at Westminster Abbey for the survivors and families of those killed in two separate terrorist attacks in Tunisia last year has been held.
Prime Minister David Cameron and Prince Harry joined the attendees at the service to remember the 31 British people murdered in the attacks orchestrated by so-called Islamic State.
Two of the victims of the attacks were from Lincolnshire.
Sally Adey, 57, was among 22 murdered in the shootings at the Bardo National Museum in the capital, Tunis on the morning of Wednesday, March 18.
She had been on a cruise with husband Robert, who was not injured in the attack.
Sally, who grew up in Scothern, studied at Lincoln Christ’s Hospital School before going to the University of Hull.
She lived in Shropshire and worked at Shakespeares Solicitors in Birmingham, the second largest law firm in the Midlands, specialising in commercial and company law.
Sally was also a director at Barber Farms Ltd in Scothern, alongside her brother Michael Parrinder Johnson.
Three months later, 24-year-old fashion blogger and photographer Carly Lovett was killed along with 37 others when Seifiddine Rezgui Yacoubi opened fire in the beach resort of Port El Kantaoui on June 26.
Carly, a former University of Lincoln student living in Gainsborough, had been engaged to fiancé Liam Moore for 10 and a half years.
The Metropolitan Police has previously said that it strongly believes that the two attacks are linked.
Inquests into the deaths are likely now to take place in 2017.