The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Revd Justin Welby, is in Leicester today to talk about the attack in Woolwich, in which a member of the armed forces was killed.
He will be joined by Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra, Assistant Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, who will also address the media.
It is happening at 12.30 outside Evington Valley Primary school, in view of both a church and a mosque.
The intention is to highlight the interfaith unity and harmony between the Christian and Muslim faiths and to condemn the murder of drummer Lee Rigby.
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