Staff and members of Cambridgeshire County Council took part in the national one minute silence held today, Friday, in memory of the victims of the attack in Tunisia.

The Union Flag was flown at half-mast and a one minute silence was held at noon. This included a gathering of staff and councillors at Shire Hall.

Cambridgeshire County Council Chairman, Councillor Sebastian Kinderlsey, said at the ceremony: "We gather to remember those who died last week in Tunisia.

On behalf of the people of Cambridgeshire we offer our condolences to the friends, families and communities that grieve the loss of so many in such cruel and tragic circumstances.

The stories of bravery, however, by both British and local Tunisians reminds us that where there is dark there is also life and where there is evil there is also good."

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