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Messages of hope and support have been sent from school children in America to survivors of the Manchester Arena Terror Attack.
The youngsters from New Jersey contacted the Tim Parry and Jonathan Ball Peace Foundation in Warrington which is helping families rebuild their lives.
The children sent cards to be passed on to the families they are supporting.
Since the attack, the Peace Foundation has assisted over 700 individuals who were affected.
So far, the charity has received cards from children from across six classes at McKinley and Franklin schools in New Jersey, displaying positive messages of peace and hope.
Some of the first people on the scene of the Manchester Arena bombing have been honoured for their bravery at a special ceremony.
Police, transport officers and rail staff working at nearby Victoria station rushed to help the injured and stayed with them throughout the night.
Meanwhile, a teenager caught up in the attack has written a poem about her experience.
A special ceremony is being held in Manchester to recognise the actions of transport police and rail staff following the terror attack at the Arena.
People working at nearby Victoria Station were some of the first on the scene following the blast last May.
The Commendation Ceremony was held at Manchester Town Hall.
Lewis Brown, who is a Police Community Support Officer, says it is a great honour to be invited.
A special ceremony's being held in Manchester later to recognise the actions of transport police and rail staff following the terror attack at the Arena.
The staff working at the adjoining Victoria Station were among the first on the scene following the blast last May.
The Commendation Ceremony's being held at Manchester Town Hall
A garden is being created in memory of Nell Jones, one of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing.
Nell, who was 14, grew up in Holmes Chapel, in Cheshire, and attended Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School, where the garden is being created.
Nell's family says the support of the community will help them through their first Christmas without her.
A teenager from Wigan who was seriously injured in the Manchester attack has said a special thank you to the hospital staff who saved her.
18-year-old Lucy Jarvis has had more than 50 hours of surgery at Salford Royal hospital.
And she's been delivering a little bit of Christmas cheer to doctors and nurses there.
Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi was a former "subject of interest" and it is "conceivable" the attack "might have been averted had the cards fallen differently", an official review has confirmed.
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