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Remembering the Westminster attack

Published Thursday, 30 March 2017

Faith leaders and the community came together on Wednesday to reflect on last week’s attack in Westminster.

Cathedral Vigil

Coventry’s community held a vigil in Coventry Cathedral Ruins where they remembered the three people who were killed and more than 50 people injured.

The vigil also remembered PC Keith Palmer who was unarmed and murdered while on duty.

A number of speakers of different faiths were involved and everyone present at the vigil was invited to write their thoughts in support of those affected on a postcard. The cards were then hung up in front of the cross of nails.

The vigil also made a stand for a future of peace.

The brutal attack deeply shocked the whole community in Coventry. The vigil is an example of the  continued efforts to work together in the face of any extremist threat.

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