9 June 2010
Last updated at 14:48
People in Egremont gathered to remember the 12 victims of gunman Derrick Bird, who went on a shooting rampage across west Cumbria a week ago. Thousands of people attended nine gatherings.
Hundreds joined together in Egremont, the scene of two of Bird's fatal shootings, where a minute's silence was observed.
Police officers joined residents in Gosforth, one of the locations on Bird's violent rampage, to remember the 12 victims.
Children left school to join adults in Seascale to pay their respects. Seascale was the scene of three fatal shootings. Michael Pike, Jane Robinson and Jamie Clarke all lost their lives.
A man sheds a tear during the memorial service at Frizington, where solicitor Kevin Commons was gunned down on his driveway.
People at the taxi rank in Duke Street, Whitehaven, express their grief as they observe the minute's silence to remember those killed and injured in the shootings on 2 June.
Many shops in west Cumbria closed to allow workers to attend the services.
Floral tributes were laid in memory of rugby player Garry Purdham, 31, at the scene of his shooting in Gosforth near Seascale.
MPs at the House of Commons observed the minutes' silence for the victims of the Cumbria shootings.
Floral tributes were laid in Seascale beach car park in memory of all 12 of Derrick Bird's victims.