Electronic Book of Condolence from Salford to Norway

Salford City Council has opened an electronic book of condolence, to send messages to the people of Norway and the families and friends of the victims of the horrific attacks on 22 July, in Oslo and at the island of Utøya.

Councillor John Merry, Leader of Salford City Council, has added his own message as follows “I would like to express my heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of those affected by the tragedy in Norway. I have been moved by the way in which the nation has come together to support each other in these difficult times.”

All the messages received from the people of the City of Salford will be presented to the Royal Norwegian Embassy in London.

If you would like to leave your own message you can access the book of condolence via the following link

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