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Solidarity march planned for Newbury after Paris attacks

All2gether organising peaceful march to be held on Saturday

William Walker

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West Berkshire joins condemnation of Paris killings

Newbury-based ethnic minority group All2gether are organising a silent solidarity march in the wake of the Paris attacks which left at least 129 people dead on Friday night.

The march will take place on Saturday at 10.30am starting at the Clock Tower at Northbrook Street, and all are welcome to attend.

Explaining the reasoning behind the event the organisation said: “What happened in Paris is deplorable, and at this time we should also reflect on the millions of lives affected in political and economic wars in recent years.

“You are welcome to join us in this peaceful march sharing the belief that hatred will not divide us.”

Further details on the event can be found at: www.all2gether.org.uk

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