Wycombe District Council have paid tribute to tragic youngster Bradley Lowery who was laid to rest today after losing his battle with cancer. 

The six-year-old captured the heart of the nation after it was revealed he was suffering with neuroblastoma and millions followed his battle until he passed away last week. 

The youngster's funeral was held today in his home village, Blackhall Colliery, in County Durham, with thousands of people lining the streets wearing football shirts to pay their respects. 

Bradley's family suggested that those who could not make it to make the public ceremony could wear the colours of their favourite football team to work and school, and make a £1 donation to the Bradley Lowery Foundation.

Wycombe District Council staff today donned their own football shirts in memory of Bradley, who was an avid Sunderland FC fan.