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Ipswich to observe Minute’s Silence

Ipswich will be observing the national one minute’s official silence on Friday, 3rd July 2015 to remember the victims of the Tunisian beach massacre.

The silence is being held across the country at 12 noon. The Mayor of Ipswich, Councillor Glen Chisholm, will be leading the silence at Ipswich School, where he has an engagement and the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Bill Quinton, will officiate on the steps of the Town Hall.

The Mayor said, “We will be gathered to remember the victims of the holiday beach massacre in Tunisia one week ago.

“The majority of those who died are British but we remember all the victims, both the dead and those who were injured. Here in Suffolk, two people died during the outrage.

“There are no adequate words to express how we feel, so we ask you to join us in a minute’s silence to remember all those victims”.

If you would like to join the Deputy Mayor to observe the national one minute’s official silence, please go to the Town Hall steps.

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