A celebration that aimed to bring communities together took place in Leeds city centre today in memory of late MP Jo Cox.
The More In Common event, held in Victoria Gardens on the Headrow, was one of a series taking place across the country.
In Leeds, the fun day featured activities for children, stalls and music performed by a choir made up of refugees.
There was also an event held in Batley, Ms Cox’s former constituency, at Upper Batley High School this afternoon.
And there were further More In Common celebrations which took place in Manchester, Sheffield and Bradford.
It was organised by the Hope Not Hate charity, which was one of three organisations supported by the Jo Cox Fund after her death.
A spokesperson for the charity said: “This initiative will be the first part of a drive to use those donations to help heal divisions and hatred, and celebrate the best of our communities.”