Over 100 people have attended the funeral of a busker who became one of Nottingham's most popular figures.
The funeral took place at Wilford Hill
Frank Robinson, 73, became known as the "xylophone man" from his performances on in the Lister Gate area of the city.
He died from a heart attack on 4 July at the Queen's Medical Centre and messages of condolence flooded into local media outlets.
Mr Robinson's funeral was held at the chapel on Wilford Hill in West Bridgford, on Wednesday.
The proud owner of 25 xylophones, his interest in the instrument was first kindled when he saw one in a charity shop.
He was a regular sight in Nottingham city centre for 16 years and was even celebrated in the city's recent Big Grin cartoon festival.
In an interview last year, Mr Robinson said his favourite musicians were Elvis, The Beatles and Van Morrison.
Council leaders have indicated there will be a "civic memorial" in his honour.