Manchester Attack: Flint Beacon to be lit on Friday in service of condolence
Flint Lifeboat Volunteer crew will light the Flint Beacon this Friday in a service of condolence for those affected by Monday’s devastating terrorist attack in Manchester which claimed 22 lives.
The Beacon, which is on the coastal path close to the RNLI base in Flint will be lit at 9pm on Friday 26th May.
The Reverend Brian Harvey will hold a service of condolence, followed by a one minute silence.
RNLI Volunteers will fire a white flare following the minutes silence.
The crew from Flint Lifeboat will also be collecting donations in aid of the Manchester appeal.
Please come and join us to remember and pay respect to those affected by these tragic events.
22 people including children were killed and 120 injured after the explosion in the foyer of the Manchester Arena on Monday evening.
Thousands of people, many in their teens and younger had been attending an Ariana Grande performance, they were targeted by a suicide bomber as they began to leave the Arena. Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: News@Deeside.com