St Asaph Cathedral has opened a Book of Condolences to allow people in the city to offer their thoughts and prayers for everyone affected by the attack on Manchester on Monday night.
The Dean of the Cathedral, the Very Reverend Nigel Williams was joined by the Mayor and Deputy Mayor of St Asaph to open the book. He said: “A Book of Condolences has been opened to stand with the people of Manchester and support them in the work of unity which is a hallmark of their city.”
The Mayor of St Asaph City Council, Councillor Colin Hardie said: “The city of St Asaph is praying for the community of Greater Manchester at this time.”
The Dean will deliver the Book of Condolences to the Dean of Manchester Cathedral.