Mourners reflect on Dunblane tragedy 25 years on

The events of the 13th March 1996 will never be forgotten

It was one of the darkest days in recent history, but the snowdrop campaign shone a light on gun control in the wake of the Dunblane school shooting that killed 16 children and their teacher – and forced through a new law which made Scotland a safer place.

25 years on from that achievement campaigners and the community joined together once more to remember that monumental effort – hailed as one of the greatest ever examples of people power.