That's all for our updates from Shoreham.
- Our live coverage has now ended
- Reports from Monday 22 August
The owners of the vintage jet that crashed during last year's Shoreham Airshow, killing 11 men, have settled two compensation claims, the BBC can reveal.
A service of commemoration was held on Saturday in Shoreham.
Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne joined hundreds of people on Shoreham toll bridge to lay flowers as a mark of respect for those who died.
I understand that the families want answers and action and I know that Sussex Police are making every effort to secure the information and evidence required."
The West Sussex Coroner has told the BBC that the pre-inquest hearing into the Shoreham air crash, due on 19 September, is likely to be postponed. This, in turn, could lead to a delay in the inquest.
At present the inquest is still booked for March, but it depends on the outcome of the hearing. Sussex Police then needs its experts to look at any evidence that emerges, and the Crown Prosecution Service will need to make a decision on whether any prosecution is appropriate.
Cllr Louise Goldsmith has been speaking to us at today's memorial service in Shoreham.
We've been speaking to three people who were involved with the events of 22 August 2015 in Shoreham.
Groundstaff from Brighton & Hove Albion visit the floral tributes at Shoreham Bridge.
One of the victims, Matthew Grimstone, was a colleague at the Amex.
Jacob Schilt died with his friend Matt Grimstone as they were on their way to play in a Worthing United football game. His parents spoke to us at today's memorial service.
The final tally of floral tributes left on the bridge for this afternoon's service.
The bells at St Mary de Haura Church in Shoreham chimed 11 times, to mark each of the lives lost in the Shoreham air crash.
Here's part of the minute's silence to mark the first anniversary of the air crash. It was held on Shoreham toll bridge and at West Sussex County Council offices in Chichester.
Matthew Grimstone and Jacob Schilt were on their way to their match against Loxwood FC when the Hawker Hunter jet crashed on the A27, killing them both. They played for Worthing FC's neighbours Worthing United.
A minute's silence will take place on Shoreham toll bridge at 13:22 BST. Here are the latest pictures we received from the bridge a few minutes ago.
Live from Shoreham
Relatives and friends of the victims plan to release balloons as part of the ceremony.
Hundreds of people have joined families and friends for a minute's silence to remember the 11 men who were killed when a vintage jet crashed at Shoreham airshow last August.
Our reporter Heather Edwards is at the bridge today.
Live from Shoreham
With just under an hour before the minute's silence, media crews from around the UK are preparing to carry the event live.
The mother of Shoreham air crash victim, 23-year-old Daniele Polito, says he lived life to the full.
Sussex Police say it has been a challenging investigation - and they're still waiting for high court judges to decide whether they'll be given access to evidence gathered by air accident investigators.
An exhibition of all the messages of condolences which were left on the toll bridge in Shoreham has opened today in Chichester.
Live from Shoreham
I'm here for Sussex Live as preparations for the ceremony are underway.
Flowers adorn the wooden toll bridge in Shoreham.
In a few hours relatives and friends of the 11 men killed one year ago will gather at this spot.
Mark Trussler, 54, from Worthing, was a motorbike enthusiast who went to watch the airshow.
His partner Giovanna Chirico has spoken to the BBC.
The Chief Constable of Sussex Police will join hundreds of people gathered at Shoreham toll bridge this lunchtime to remember those who died in the air crash exactly a year ago.
The tragedy of the Shoreham air crash still has significant impact for the families who lost loved ones... Our thoughts have not strayed from them during this past year and we remain committed to finding answers for them as to how and why this dreadful thing happened."
Here's a look at the events that will be happening at 13:22 BST this lunchtime, the exact time the tragedy struck one year ago.
Eleven men died when a Hawker Hunter jet crashed on to the A27 in West Sussex during the Shoreham Airshow on 22 August last year.