Londoners Create Their Own Memorial To Terror Attack Victims

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Londoners Create Their Own Memorial To Terror Attack Victims

A makeshift memorial wall, set up by a member of the public, has appeared on the southern end of London Bridge following last week's terror attack.

The base of the 'Southwark Needle' has been covered in colourful Post-It notes, written by people from all over the world, with messages of solidarity with London, and in memorial of the people who died.

Somebody has provided a box of sticky notes and tape, and has left their phone number for people to call if the supplies run out. Messages written so far have come from as far as Australia, and the wall was still being added to on Thursday lunchtime.

Last Updated 08 June 2017