It’s been exactly three years since the Manchester Arena bombing, in which 22 people lost their lives.
People in Salford have been posting messages of remembrance on social media.
The bombing happened after an Ariana Grande concert at the arena.
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Today, we remember the 22 angels who lost their lives 3 years ago in the Manchester Arena attack. Sending our thoughts to their families, friends and all affected. There is a light that never goes out, Manchester is strong🐝💙 #ManchesterArena • Photo by @manchestereveningnews
Sympathies were expressed by Paul Dennett, Mayor of Salford, amongst other government officials.
Today is the third anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack. It will be marked across Greater Manchester so join us in a one minute silence at 2pm and also 10.31pm to remember those who tragically died. They will never be forgotten. pic.twitter.com/Z8sMQkjthB
— SalfordMayor (@salford_mayor) May 22, 2020
It’s three years since the Manchester Arena attack.
— Niamh McKenna (@NiamhMcKennaPR) May 22, 2020
There are moments of silence planned throughout the day, so that people can reflect upon the incident and remember all of those who were affected, numbering in the hundreds.
Today's a poignant day in the history of Manchester and one that impacted many many people. If you are in need of some support there are services in place. #WeRemember #OneLoveManchester pic.twitter.com/08gptGNAsI
— SalfordMadPride19 (@MadPride19) May 22, 2020