Bradford to remember Finsbury Park mosque terror attack victims at service
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A short service and minute’s silence will be held at midday on Tuesday, 19 June, at Centenary Square, Bradford, in remembrance of those who lost their lives and were affected by the terror attack near Finsbury Park mosque last year.
Darren Osborne, who was jailed for at least 43 years in February, deliberately targeted Muslims who had gathered during the holy month of Ramadan on 19 June last year. The attack left one dead and 11 others injured.
The service will be attended by the Lord Mayor of Bradford, Coun Zafar Ali, and officiated by The Reverend Canon Paul Maybury, Canon Precentor at Bradford Cathedral.
All are invited to attend the service or join in the silence, which is being held nationally at this time.
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