Paris attacks: Crawley to join minute’s silence for victims

Crawley Town Hall
Crawley Town Hall

Victims of the Paris terrorist attacks will be remembered by a minute’s silence outside Crawley Town Hall at 11am today (Monday November 16).

At least 129 people died and hundreds were wounded as gunmen and suicide bombers targeted a concert hall, stadium, bars and restaurants in the French capital on Friday night.

Crawley Borough Council will be flying the Union Flag at half-mast at Crawley Town Hall today, and it has organised a minute’s silence at 11am.

Members of the public are invited to attend and pay their respects to the dead.

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