Peterborough community groups unite to sign Book of Condolence for Westminster victims
A stirring image of community leaders coming together in the wake of the Westminster terror attack was captured at Peterborough Town Hall yesterday afternoon (Thursday, March 23).
In a poignant show of solidarity members of several faith and community groups visited the Mayor’s Parlour to sign a Book of Condolence.
Joining them was the Deputy Mayor of Peterborough, Councillor Keith Sharp.
The book was opened yesterday to members of the public.
Cambridgeshire police also held a minute’s silence yesterday to pay tribute to the victims of the attack.
So far four people have died, as well as the perpetrator, while many have been injured.