Engagement and development worker, Monika Saganowska, tying a yellow ribbon outside the King's Lynn Minster. Picture: ian Burt

Yellow ribbons and buildings flooded with yellow light marked Tuesday’s Day of Reflection.

Residents in West Norfolk joined the rest of the nation in silent tribute to those who have died during a year which has seen coronavirus sweep across the world, leaving millions of families grieving for loved ones.

The day marked the anniversary of the first day of the national lockdown and the nation was asked to take time to reflect.

Lockdown has seen businesses and schools close, people switch to home working and pupils home learn as just the key services and shops remained open.

But the year has also seen stories of amazing community spirit and now a hope for better days to come.