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 the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation will be at Westminster today, available to support those wishing to visit the site. Put together with advice from Westminster City Council, the following may be helpful:
A place for peaceful reflection
St Margaret’s Church, next to Westminster Abbey, will be open as a place of reflection between 9.45 and 3.30 on Friday and between 9.45 and 1.30 on Saturday. It is accessed by the pathway beside the Abbey, and please note entry will involve a bag check.
There will be a space for floral tributes on the Green in Parliament Square, but tributes may be left on the Bridge itself. All floral tributes will be moved to the front of St Margaret’s Church before a very large rally in Parliament Square later today.
If you have been affected in any way by the incident and would like support and advice, we can help if you are a UK resident. Email us at SAN@peace-foundation.org.uk or call 01925 581240.