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’.