Tunisian victims remembered

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Staff and visitors to the civic offices in Epping remembered the victims of the Tunisian beach attack as they observed the minute silence today.

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Remember the victims of the Tunisian beach attack

Chairman Liz Webster said

My name is Councillor Liz Webster, Chairman of Epping Forest District Council.

In a few moments I would like to invite you to join me and observe a minute silence to remember the victims of the Tunisian beach attack.

Within this silence we can reflect upon the tragic events of last Friday, and remember the holiday makers who innocently lost their lives exactly a week ago.

Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of those who have lost loved ones and those who have been injured or affected by this terrible event.

We can also take this time to honour the bravery of everyone who witnessed the horrific events that took place in Tunisia, and those who remain there to give aid.

Please join me in this national minute of silence.

I thank you for your time and joining me in the memory of those lost.

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