Rochdale Stands Against Terror

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016 1:14pm

A minute silence has been held this morning at The Cenotaph in Rochdale to remember the victims of the Brussels terror attack.

Rochdale Borough Council has opened books of condolence in memory of the victims of the Belgium terrorist attacks.

The books can be signed at Rochdale town hall, Middleton library, Number One Riverside in Rochdale town centre, Heywood library and Littleborough library.

You can also leave your messages of solidarity online at www.rochdale.gov.uk/condolence

The flag of Belgium has been flying at half-mast at Rochdale town hall since the afternoon on 22 March. A minute’s silence was held at the cenotaph in The Esplanade at 11am today.

Council Leader Richard Farnell said: “Our thoughts are with the Belgium people at this time and I’m sure Rochdale’s caring public joins the council in standing shoulder to shoulder with them in condemning these and all other attacks against innocent people. Yesterday’s atrocities will only strengthen our resolve to defeat terrorism. We must be together, regardless of nationality, race or faith in fighting against the scourge of terrorism.”

Library opening times can be found on the council’s website You can check the opening times for libraries on the council’s website at www.rochdale.gov.uk/library-services/

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