Bradford's Centenary Square was a mass of claret and amber scarves and shirts as survivors, supporters and the city's VIPs joined together to mark the anniversary with an outdoor service.

The tragedy at the Valley Parade ground on May 11, 1985, shocked the nation.

More than 11,000 football fans had packed the stadium to see the club receive the Division Three championship trophy at the beginning of the match against Lincoln City.

TV cameras famously captured the moments when it became clear one of the stands was on fire.

Smoke and flames raced through the wooden structure, leaving 56 dead and around 265 people injured.

After singing the football anthem You'll Never Walk Alone and an address from the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, the crowds gathered beneath the City Hall clock fell silent.

At the front was former City player, manager and fans' favourite Stuart McCall, who closed his eyes for much of ceremony as he clutched a wreath.