Support for search for Madeleine
People in Liverpool are helping to promote the continued search for missing toddler Madeleine McCann. A thousand messages of support attached to helium balloons will be released later by Madeleine's grandparents Sue and Brian Healey.
The 4-year-old's grandparents live in the Mossley Hill area - Madeline's mum Kate grew up in the city.
The four-year-old was snatched from her bed while on holiday in Portugal's Praia da Luz resort on 3 May.
The local community want to show support for the appeal.
The balloons will cost a pound to sponsor and all money will go to the Madeleine appeal fund.
The Chief Constable of Merseyside Police - Bernard Hogan Howe will lead the release of balloons on the highest point of Liverpool inner city on Mossley Hill Field at 1400 BST.
Portuguese police conducted a search of scrubland nine miles from where Madeleine went missing after a Dutch newspaper published a letter which claimed her body was under rocks there.
Officers failed to recover anything and that line of inquiry has now been discarded.