Mourners visited the Parish Church of St. Paul in Wokingham, on Monday, to pay their respects to James Furlough, a teacher who was killed in the stabbing attack that took place in Reading over the weekend.
Mourners, composed mainly of students, were seen queuing outside the church with flowers.
«There's no service happening, there's a private prayer so we've opened the doors and working closely with the whole school to welcome James' (Furlong) colleagues, his friends and pupils. All those affected by his tragic death on Saturday,» said the director of the church, Richard Lamey.
James Furlong, a 36-year-old man who worked as head of history and government and politics at the Holt School in Wokingham, died after being stabbed on Saturday in a terrorist incident that killed two others and seriously injured three more.