FLORAL tribes left as a public shrine to the 22 killed in the Manchester terror attack have been cleared overnight.

St Ann’s square in Manchester city centre was carpeted with flowers in a tribute to the horror attack.

Council workers have cleared away all the floral tributes

Council workers have cleared away all the floral tributes

City council staff spent last night clearing up clearing up the area.

Plans have been drawn up for a tribute to all those who lost their lives in the suicide bomb attack at an Ariana Grande concert.

The hundreds of flowers laid will become part of a lasting tribute to the dead, as the petals will be pressed and placed in memorial books for the bereaved families.

St Ann’s square became a place to pay tribute to the victims of the atrocity

St Ann’s square became a place to pay tribute to the victims of the atrocity