Book of Condolence - Manchester

Book of Condolence - Manchester

Broxtowe Borough Council offers its deepest sympathies to all those who lost their lives, were injured or affected by the events at Manchester Arena.

It also pays tribute to our emergency services who showed us yet again their willingness to risk their own lives for ours. In these tragic circumstances, we must stand together in solidarity and support one another as a community.

Please leave your thoughts and wishes for those affected below.

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  • All our prayers and thoughts are will the families of the bereaved and injured after last nights barbaric criminal act in Manchester. As a parent who has stood outstand Nottingham arena on many occasions waiting to collect a group of young female concert lovers my heart breaks at the thought of what you all experienced last night. Manchester, know that we all support you and stand with you against this terrorist act and I can't wait to visit your beautiful city later this week, as planned.

    Sally and family

  • My thoughts and prayers go to all affected by this awful tragedy. So many innocent people killed or injured. It will be a long hard road for many of those who have received life changing injuries and for those family and friends who have lost loved ones. I would like to say how proud I am of all of our emergency services and all those who took the time to help. God bless you all.

    Jacqui Fisher

  • The grief and pain of friends and families of those who have been injured or killed in this absolutely horrific attack, are shared by us all. We stand and pray with you. Richard

    Cllr Richard Robinson

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with the bereaved and injured in last night's cowardly attack on youngsters in Manchester last night. We must all stand against the evil of terrorism here and around the civilized world! May God give you the strength to get through this awful outrage against your children and friends.

    Mr & Mrs Jones

  • Words can not express the hurt that was caused yesterday it was a cowardly act and so many life's lost and injured, deepest sympathy's to all involved and there family's.

    Julie Dempsey

  • Words fail... The light will always shine in the darkness...always ❤️

    Diane & Stephen Burrows

  • My thoughts go out to the families who lost their loved ones last night there are no words to make this better i hope those beautiful angels rest in peace and to the injured with life changing my heart goes out to you all

    Donna macRae

  • My thoughts go out to the families who lost their loved ones in this horrific attack last night in Manchester.

    Claire

  • my heart goes out to all those affected by last nights shocking events. xx

    Sarah North

  • All my thoughts, prayers, and love goes to all who lost their loved ones last night. I'm so sorry this happened. Stay strong.

    Chantel

  • Words are lost to me,can't understand why innocent beautiful people should lose their lives to evil barbaric people. My heart goes out to the families of these loved ones and the survivors who will now live traumatic lives.bless you all,thoughts also to the emergency services who saw sights they should never have had to see.love and prayers to you all.xx

    Maureen wilkins

  • They sought to divide, instead homes became places of refuge, and people stood in solidarity against this horrific attack. Thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims and all those affected.

    Samaira

  • Our thoughts, prayers and love are with everyone caught up in Monday night's horrific attack in Manchester. Our sincere condolences to the families and loved ones of the people killed, may your angels rest in peace. Thank you to the emergency services and members of the general public who helped those in need so courageously. United We Stand.

    Nicola Taylor & Harrie Whitehouse

  • Anyone who does not show love to children does not know what love and service to anyone or any thing is. Love Manchester.

    Martin

  • Our thoughts and prayers for all family and friends of the victims of the terrible attack in Manchester and greatest thank to our public services and members of the public who bravely helped those in need.

    Eric Kerry (Cllr) and family

  • I am gutted at what has happened in my home town of Manchester my thought are with the people who have passed and my prayers for those who still have to recover. God Bless you all Edith

    EDITH AND FAMILY

  • Our thoughts, love and prayers are with you all and will remain with you in the coming months and years. We grieve alongside you.

    Laura Franchi

  • I shocking event that has affected so many people's lives. My heartfelt prayers and thoughts go out to all those who have been affected by this awful event. May those who greave fins some comfort in the fact that Manchester is not alone, we all stand with you at this time. My grateful thanks are passed on to all those who rose to the need of others at the time, passers-by, taxi drivers and all the emergency services. we all owe you a debt of gratitude for your selfless acts.

    The Radford Family

  • Hard to believe such a terrible thing could happen. My and my family's thoughts, love and prayers extend to all those who were affected by this awful event. Our respect and thanks to all those who have supported and rose to help and protect through their professional and personal bravery and skill. Flint family.

    Brenda Flint




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