Hundreds expressed their grief at candlelit vigil
THE death of teenager Jess Blake prompted an outpouring of emotion.
Hundreds of people attended a candlelit vigil in Beverley Minster shortly after her body was found in woods on the outskirts of the town.
Her friends and other people moved by her death also wrote messages in a book of condolence at the minster.
Jess, 14, was a member of the Beverley detachment of the Humberside and South Yorkshire Army Cadet Force, which meets off Norwood Far Grove.
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Jess's Army Cadet friends had the chance to talk about their loss to a padre, who visited the detachment.
The padre led prayers for Jess, a lance corporal cadet, at a special service held at the headquarters.
Representatives from the Army Cadets and Beverley High School, which Jess attended, said they would co-operate fully with any investigation by the East Riding Safeguarding Children Board.