Service for Legionnaires' victims
A memorial service has taken place to remember those who died in an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in Cumbria 10 years ago.
Six women and one man died when the air conditioning unit at Barrow Council's Forum 28 arts complex emitted steam into the street in 2002.
About 200 other people became ill in the outbreak, which led to the council being fined £125,000.
Relatives and survivors attended the service at Barrow's St George's Church.
Those who died were Richard Macauley, 88; Wendy Milburn, 56; Georgina Somerville, 54; Harriet Low, 74; Christine Merewood, 55; Elizabeth Dixon, 80; and June Miles 56.'Lot of grief'
As well as the council's fine for health and safety breaches, the authority's then design services manager Gillian Beckingham was convicted for similar failures and fined £15,000.
She no longer works for the council.
Reverend Linda Cronin, who took the memorial service, said those affected were still suffering.
She said: "There is still a lot of grief surrounding what happened 10 years ago.
"This service is to honour people's memories and to remember the past.
"But it is also about thinking about those in the present and how they will continue to cope in the future."
The church is already the site of a memorial garden to those who died in the outbreak.