Candles lit in Stroud vigil for Sabina Nessa

PEOPLE in Stroud gathered to pay respects, in solidarity with hundreds of others around the country, for Sabina Nessa who was killed as she walked to a pub.

Those honouring the 28-year-old lit candles on the Sub Rooms’ steps on Friday night and stood in silence.

A memorial tribute, including a photo of Sabina, flowers and messages from members of the public, has been left on the steps.

The primary school teacher was killed as she walked to a pub in south-east London on Friday, September 17.

Her body was found the following day.

She had been walking to meet a friend at a bar a journey which ‘should have taken five minutes’.

Photos by Simon Pizzey

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