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Flags lower at Civic Centre and book of condolence set up in respect for London’s terror attack victims

PUBLISHED: 13:23 05 June 2017 | UPDATED: 13:23 05 June 2017

Bromley council offices

Bromley council offices

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Messages written in the book will be sent to the London Borough of Southwark

Bromley council have announced that flags at the Civic Centre have been lowered as a sign of respect following the terrorist attack at London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday.

A council spokesperson, said: “All our thoughts are with the friends and families of those affected by this shocking incident. In an expression of our sympathy and support, the council has placed a book of condolence in main reception at the Civic Centre for members of the public, as well as for staff, to sign and leave messages.

“The book will be available until Friday June 9 and messages will be passed on to the London Borough of Southwark.

“The council has been in close touch with the Metropolitan Police over the weekend and will continue to liaise with the borough commander. The police have informed us of the enhanced level of policing that will apply in our borough and across London.”


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