FORMBY Village held a quite vigil, lead by Churches Together in Formby,
Altcar and High Town, for the Manchester Bombing Victims, on Saturday, 26 May
2017. The simple event, that was held on the grounds of Formby Pool and was
attended by representatives of all the local political parties along with the
new Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, Steve Rotherham. Others attending
included representatives of different faiths.
OUR THOUGHTS ARE WITH ALL THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN AFFECTED
BY THE TERROR ATTACK IN MANCHESTER.
If you have been affected by the events on Monday
Night, please do not suffer in silence. Please do get help as talking helps.
Samaritans (116 123) - They operates
a 24 hour service available 365 days a year.
Childline (0800 1111) - runs a free helpline for children and young people in
B.O.A. 70th Anniversary DVD
70th BOA events this year in
Liverpool has now been fully
edited is available to buy, on a
DVD, from our Online
on Mersey Reporter very soon.
For each DVD sold, ₤3.00 will go
to Unique opera exhibition hits
the right note at Central
Library the Liverpool's Lord
Mayor's Charity Appeal.
(Registered Charity No. 229539)
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