St Helens remembers those killed in Manchester Arena attack

St Helens will pay a special tribute to the victims of the Manchester Arena attack on the first anniversary.
The Steve Prescott Bridge will be lit yellow and black tonight as a symbol of solidarity with the people of Manchester.
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The colours represent the worker bee, a proud Manchester symbol which has become a tribute to those killed and injured at the Ariana Grande concert on May 22 last year.
St Helens Council's leader Coun Derek Long said: “This was a barbaric attack on innocent people. The heroism shown by civilians and first... read more

 
22 May 2018 in Regional North West , Views: 25
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