The victims of Friday night’s terrorist attacks in Paris are being honoured in Lynn this evening.
The colours of the French Tricolour are being projected onto 1-3 Tuesday Market Place tonight following the atrocities on Friday night, in which 129 people were killed.
A similar tribute is also being paid at the front of the town’s Corn Exchange in the style of those made at many other sites around the world since the attacks.
And West Norfolk Council officials have said the tributes will remain in place throughout this week, ahead of the launch of new Christmas displays at the weekend to coincide with the town’s lights switch-on on Sunday.
The site is one of six around the town which are displaying light projections created by artists from the French town of Amiens.