Halifax Minster has set up a public book of remembrance for murdered soldier Drummer Lee Rigby as tributes continue to pour in.
The book is located in the Regimental Chapel of the building, which is located at Causeway, Halifax.
Residents can pay their respects by signing the book between 10am and 4pm any day of the week.
Joan Woodall, a welcomer at the minster, said: “The book is here for people to come in at any time and sign a message. Obviously Drummer Rigby had Halifax connections, having been married here, and I’m sure many people knew him or his family.”
A spokesperson for the minster said: “We send our deepest sympathy to Lee’s family and everyone affected by the incident.”