LONDON — A vigil and one minute’s silence will be held on Monday June 5, near the scene of Saturday’s terrorist attacks that left seven people dead and at least 48 injured.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan invited Londoners and visitors to come together at City Hall. They will gather at Potters Fields Park from 6 p.m. BST (1 p.m. ET), which is less than a mile away from London Bridge and Borough Market where the attacks occurred.
The minute’s silence will begin at 6:20pm.
Representatives from the London Metropolitan Police, British Transport Police, London Ambulance Service, and the London Fire Brigade are expected to attend, as are community and faith leaders.
Members of the public will be invited to lay flowers and flagpoles at City Hall.
Here is where to meet at 6pm:
Londoners will come together on Potters Fields at 6pm tomorrow to remember the victims of Saturday’s terror attack https://t.co/i2HwyTrWAo pic.twitter.com/nCqYvvyHmx
— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) June 4, 2017
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