Author: Harriet Vickers

Westminster attack: support and advice

Today, Friday 22nd March, we remember those who were killed, injured and impacted by the Westminster attack on the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Bridge. Six people were killed, including the attacker, and over fifty people were injured. Many other people’s lives have been seriously affected by this tragic incident. The survivors assistance team from…Read more »

Colours for Peace 20th March 2019

Every year on the anniversary of the 1993 Warrington Bomb that killed Tim Parry and Johnathan Ball, we hold our Colours for Peace Day here at the Foundation.  We began this event to commemorate 25 years of the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation and raise funds for the vital work we do, and will…Read more »

INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY CONFERENCE 2018: MEET THE SPEAKERS

This year’s International Peace Day Conference on Friday 21st September is being hosted at The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Centre.  The distinguished panel of speakers at this year’s Conference are experts invested in delivering a message to uphold the ‘Right to Peace’, and support the need to create an international network of survivors who…Read more »

TIM – AN EXTRAORDINARY LEGACY #FORPEACE

Tim – an extraordinary legacy #ForPeace ‘If my son becomes a symbol #ForPeace and gives everyone a new sense of hope after so much tragedy, then that will be Tim’s unique achievement’ – Colin Parry 1993 Saturday 1st September is Tim Parry’s birthday. When Tim fought for his life after the IRA bombing of Warrington…Read more »

Warrington’s NCS National Citizens Take Social Action

Warrington NCS National Citizens take social action Young people from Warrington delivered a set of special presents to the Peace Centre. The young people have been taking part in the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme (summer 2018). NCS is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity open to all 16 & 17-year-olds in England, that helps them build skills for…Read more »

Mother’s Day Premiere at the Peace Centre

Mother’s Day Premiere at the Peace Centre.  The 90-minute drama tells the story of two women living either side of the Irish sea, who are brought together following the tragic deaths of three-year-old Johnathan Ball and 12-year-old Tim Parry in the Warrington bombing on March 20, 1993. The star-studded cast from the BBC drama Mother’s…Read more »

International Youth Day 2018: Making Space to Tackle the Violence of Exclusion

Making Space to Tackle the Violence of Exclusion Today is International Youth Day, an annual event celebrating the important role young people play in creating positive, sustainable change and peace. It is also an opportunity to highlight challenges faced by youth in today’s expanding world and promote the inclusion of young people in finding sustainable solutions…Read more »

RBS raises over £14,000 for Charity Unique Achievement Campaign

As we are half way through our Unique Achievement Campaign, we wanted to reflect on this years events so far as we work towards raising £150,000 to go towards our young peoples programme as well as Survivors Assistance Network. We have been overwhelmed by the support we have received through this significant year as we commemorate…Read more »