Book of condolence for victims of Paris attacks opens at Brighton Town Hall

Posted On 17 Nov 2015 at 10:44 am

A book of condolence has opened at Brighton Town Hall for people to add messages of sympathy following the Paris terror attacks.

Brighton Town Hall from Wikimedia Commons

Brighton Town Hall from Wikimedia Commons

The book will be available at the reception desk for people to sign each weekday from 9am to 5pm.

It has been signed by the Cllr Warren Morgan, leader of the council, Cllr Geoffrey Theobald OBE, leader of the Conservative Group and Cllr Phelim Mac Cafferty, convenor of the Green Group.

The opening message says: “The people of Brighton and Hove are united in sympathy for the bereaved and injured following the attacks in Paris. We stand together in the face of terror to promote peace and understanding.”

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