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A vigil will be held in Albert Square tonight for the victims of last night's terror attack

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After the horrific attack at Manchester Arena last night, Mayor Andy Burnham has announced that a vigil will be held in Albert Square outside the Town Hall from 6pm this evening, Tuesday May 23.

The vigil will give Mancunians the opportunity to stand together and show solidarity with all those affected by last night's events. Everyone is welcome to attend and show support for the victims, their families and the city as a whole.

More details about tonight's vigil will be released throughout the day, so keep an eye on the Manchester City Council Facebook page for further information.

Books of condolences are now open at Manchester Town Hall and online at www.manchester.gov.uk for those wishing to sign their respects.

 

Tonight's vigil starts at 6pm, Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, M2 5DB

 

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