Manchester attack memorial consultation
Progress is being made towards the creation of a memorial, or memorials, marking the 22 May 2017 Manchester Arena terror attack.

Families of the 22 people killed, and hundreds of others who were directly affected, have been consulted on what the purpose of any memorial should be, what it should mean and what feelings it should evoke.

Feedback so far suggests that the memorial should be a tranquil and contemplative space honouring the victims of the attack in a garden-style setting or other public area.  

Specific plans on memorial location, form or design will be brought forward once all consultation is complete.

Members of the public now have the opportunity to share their views on the purpose and meaning of the memorial. The survey will close for responses on Monday 17th December. 

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