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A minute's silence for those killed in Tunisia

We are observing minute's silence at midday today (Friday 3 July)

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A minute's silence for those killed in Tunisia

Posted By : Marie Thomas Friday 3rd July 2015

We are observing minute's silence at midday today (Friday 3 July) to remember the 38 people- including 30 Britons - killed in the Tunisia beach attack a week ago.

Along with the rest of the country, we will be reflecting on the tragic events and praying for the families and friends of those who died.

All are welcome to join us in this moment of remembrance but we respectfully ask that anyone doing so arrives in good time.

The Revd. Tom Clammer, Canon Precentor, has also written a prayer for those who died.

Contact Marie Thomas m.thomas@salcath.co.uk 01722 555148