>> A minute's silence and a message of defiance.>> London is open. Borough Market is open.>>
>> Borough Market officially reopened for the first time since knife-wielding militants wrought terror here. I'm Reuters Jacob Greaves reporting from Borough Market on June the 3rd, the scene of the worst attack on British soil in over a decade.
Now, traders are trying to get back to normal and what we're hearing from some, is that this is the beginning of a healing process. A midst the sounds and smells of this bustling London landmark, emotion still hangs thick in the air. Paul Wheeler is well known as a trader here, on Wednesday it fell to him to reopen the market.
>> It's been Business wise, we suffered, but mostly all of us here have been struck a little bit. I'm just glad we're back open. Great to get back, not normal, but we get back and we're gonna get bigger and better.>> Since that deadly Saturday night here and on nearby London Bridge, this area has been a crime scene.
>> I sadly saw somebody leaving the restaurant just next door, holding their neck covered in blood.>> Richard was in a nearby restaurant as attackers struck. Now, he's returned to give back to local staff.>> I had a bill to pay. Most importantly, we had a wonderful evening.
Everyone at the restaurant was great and they shouldn't be out of pocket because of the acts of these cowardly people. Secondly, I wanted to pay a tip to the young men and women who thought for our lives and their colleagues. When they could have just thought about themselves.
>> Richard and others there that night, have set up a campaigned called Tip London. It aims to raise funds for lost business earnings, as well as help first responders and victims. This 1,000 year old market has already weathered fire, plague, and world war. The overwhelming message is it will endure again.