Fire over New
York before the World Trade centre collapsed
on New York and Washington have touched people throughout the world.
Books of condolence
and special church services are being arranged for people who want
to share their grief or simply want to show their respects.
are the events which have been organised in Nottinghamshire.
Add your event to our remembrance guide
There are books of remembrance open at the Council House in
Nottingham (sign daily until 9pm) and County Hall at West Bridgford
(sign daily until 5pm).
Nottingham (at the Information Desk on the Upper Mall)
A book of condolence
has opened at Ashfield District Council's Central offices, Kirkby
in Ashfield. Available to sign from 9-5 daily.
Council, Civic Centre in Arnold (People can also leaves flowers
or wreaths in the foyer)
there's a Book of Condolence which people can sign at the following
Manor Park Sports Complex, Mansfield Woodhouse
Mansfield Leisure Centre
River Maun Recreation Centre, Ravensdale
Meden Sports Centre, Warsop
Oak Tree Lane Leisure Centre
Mansfield Town Hall
Vale Road Depot
Warsop Town Hall
Water Meadows Swimming Complex
Hall, Warncliffe Road
Long Eaton Town
Hall, Derby Road (open until Friday 21st September)
Worksop fire station has set up an appeal fund to help the families
of firefighters that have been killed in New York. Donations can
be made via any Abbey National Bank, quoting account number R15242443.
Or send a cheque to American Emergency Services Fund, to Sub Officer
Chris Footitt, Worksop fire station, Eastgate, Worksop, S80 1QS.
The University of Nottingham is ensuring advice and a counselling
services are available to all students and staff affected. The University
Chaplain is also available in the Portland Building during office
A group of concerned Nottingham citizens will be holding a vigil
for the victims of the terrorist attacks in the USA and, at the
same time, calling on world leaders to act for justice not blind
Members of the
group will gather outside the council house on Friday 21st September,
2001 wearing black to signify mourning, and carrying candles to
represent hope that world leaders and all those who act in the name
of others, will reflect on their actions.
If you are holding any event in remembrance of
those who died in America use this form to let us know.