A large crowd gathered on the streets of London this afternoon to pay their respects to those who were sadly killed in last year’s London Bridge attack.
Amongst those attending family and friends joined together to pay their respects respects to those who were tragically killed in the devastating attack.
A number of high profile figures including the British Prime Minister Theresa May and London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan also attended the service at Southwark Cathedral.
There was a number of floral tributes placed at the scene, whilst candles were lit by the victims’ relatives during today’s ceremony.
Meanwhile an olive tree – known as the Tree of Healing – was also planted in the cathedral grounds in honour of those who were tragically killed in the horrific attack.
The moving ceremony comes a year to the day after, a group of terrorists drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge, before then proceeding to stab a number innocent pedestrians at the nearby Borough Market.
In total eight people were killed during the attack whilst dozens more seriously injured.