Hounslow "stood up to hate" as up to 400 people gathered to pay tribute to the late MP Jo Cox.
Well-wishers gathered in Hounslow town centre on Saturday (June 25) to light candles and lay flowers in memory of Ms Cox, who was shot and stabbed to death in her constituency in West Yorkshire.
Hounslow mayor Ajmer Grewal, who also attended, said: "The people of Hounslow wanted to pay homage to Jo and I was glad to see the borough come out in strength.
"It's important to remember what happened and show people we stand united and what's happened won't scare politicians from doing their jobs and meeting residents.
"We need to continue to stand up for our residents and stand up against hate as Jo did."
Vigils have also been held for Ms Cox in central London and in Southall , among other places.
West London MPs recently spoke to getwestlondon about why they chose to go ahead with their surgeries in the wake of Ms Cox's death, despite security concerns.