Crowds flocked to London's Borough Market as it reopened to the public after the terror attacks on 3 June that left eight people dead and more than 50 wounded. A bell tolled and and a minute of silence was held for the victims of the attack. Traders and London Mayor Sadiq Khan applauded police and emergency services for their brave work.
Crowds gather at Borough Market as it reopens to the public following the terrorist attack Neil P Mockford/Getty Images Traders observe a minute's silence to honour victims of the 3 June attack in Borough Market Ben Stansall/AFP A bell is rung to signify the reopening of Borough Market Hannah McKay/Reuters A bell and plaque are seen at Borough Market in London following its re-opening Ben Stansall/AFP London Mayor Sadiq Khan applauds as Borough Market reopens following the recent attack Hannah McKay/Reuters London Mayor Sadiq Khan meets traders and buys some spices at Borough Market as it re-opens to the public following the terrorist attack Neil P Mockford/Getty Images People buy produce from a stall in Borough Market Hannah McKay/Reuters People embrace in Borough Market, after it officially reopened following the attack Hannah McKay/Reuters Borough Market in central London following its reopening Ben Stansall/AFP Police officers stand inside Borough Market Hannah McKay/Reuters Shoppers return to Borough Market as it reopens to the public Neil P Mockford/Getty Images A stall holder speaks to a woman in Borough Market Hannah McKay/Reuters A butcher works in Borough Market after it reopened Hannah McKay/Reuters Stall holders prepare their stall in Borough Market shortly before it reopened Hannah McKay/Reuters
People walk through Borough Market after it officially re-opened Hannah McKay/Reuters