Tomorrow marks ten years since the 7/7 bombings in London. Starting at 8.50am on July 7 2005, terrorists detonated four bombs at King's Cross, Aldgate, Edgware Road and Tavistock Square, killing 52 people and injuring 770.
Now, an initiative has been launched to bring people together on the anniversary of the attack. #WalkTogether is asking people all over Britain to get off the bus, tube or train a stop early and walk to work together. You can also show support on social media by using the #WalkTogether hashtag.
The walk is intended to be a quiet show of unity and remembrance. It's supported by Faiths Forum for London, Hope Not Hate, Islamic Society of Britain, Faith Matters, Trust for London, The Big Iftar, British Humanist Association, St John Ambulance, New Horizons in British Islam, City Sikhs, Inspire, Amnesty International UK, JW3 Jewish Community Centre London, Armed Forces Muslim Forum and British Future.