The horrific incidents at London Bridge and Borough Market
on June 3rd have affected many people. As with the Westminster and
Manchester terror attacks, the local community and people across the world want
to show their solidarity with the victims and their families.
Because of this, the British Red Cross has launched
Solidarity Fund. This
fund will help victims of terror attacks anywhere in the UK, starting with
The UK Solidarity Fund provides a way to help those who
have been affected by these terrible events, and those who might be affected by
similar events in the UK. The donations will help alleviate suffering and
ensure that victims and their families do not face short-term financial
For more about the UK Solidarity Fund and to donate click here.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust in tribute to Kirsty Boden
Kirsty Boden was one of the victims tragically
killed on June 3rd. Kirsty was a staff nurse in Theatres Recovery at
Guy’s Hospital. Colleagues at the Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust are forwarding
any donation requests in her memory to supportgstt.org.uk.
In addition all staff, patients and members of the public
are invited to lay flowers in the Colonnade around Counting House at Guy's
Hospital and around the Mary Seacole statue in the gardens at St Thomas' in
tribute to Kirsty.
A memorial book is located in the prayer room at Guy's Chapel.
Floral tributes to
We have been informed by Southwark Council that the south
east corner of London Bridge (at the junction of Duke Street Hill and Borough
High Street) has been designated as the official location for tributes (flowers
and messages) to Saturday’s tragic events. Over the next few days tributes left
elsewhere in the area will be carefully collected and re-located here so please
do not be alarmed if you notice they have been moved.