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Book Of Condolences To Open In Dublin For Victims Of The Manchester Attack

By Alana Laverty

May 23, 2017 at 12:08pm


A book of condolences will open in Mansion Houe, Dublin tomorrow for those who would like to express their sympathies for the victims of last night's attack in Manchester. 

The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Brendan Carr, will open a book of condolence for the victims tomorrow, on Wednesday, May 24. 

“I was horrified to hear about the attack at a concert for young children in Manchester last night. There have always been close ties between the cities of Dublin and Manchester and I am opening this Book of Condolence to let the people of Dublin express their sympathies to the families of those who died or were injured and to express our solidarity with the people of Manchester at this dark hour.”

Brendan Carr, Lord Mayor of Dublin

The book will be available to sign from tomorrow at 10am - 4pm in The Mansion House on Dawson Street. 

It will open again from 10am on Thursday until 4pm. 

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