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Plans have been outlined on how Manchester will commemorate the first anniversary of the Arena Terror Attack in May.
There'll be a special service at the Cathedral, a minute's silence during the Great Manchester Run, and Trees of Hope where people can leave personal messages.
Martin Hibbert who was severely injured in the bombing thinks a day of music would be fitting:
The family of a young man killed in the Manchester Arena bombing have joined others affected by terrorism to set up a new campaign group.
29 year old Martyn Hett was one of the 22 people murdered in the Manchester Arena attack.
His brother and mother have helped to found the 'Survivors Against Terror' group, which launches today.
Its members want better support and more effective government policies to tackle terrorism.
Our collective view is that terrorism can be defeated, but only if we pull together as a country to fight it more effectively.
We will work to build a voice for survivors.
The group plans to conduct a survey of those affected by terrorism, and to go into schools to talk to children about the impact of hatred.
They want to make sure support is consistent for victims across the country.
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Relatives of those killed in terror attacks, including the Manchester Arena bombing, are working with attack survivors to campaign for more help for victims.
The 'Survivors Against Terror' group will be launched today. Its members want better support and more effective government policies to tackle terrorism
A church which used an image of the Manchester Arena terror attack to advertise services has taken it down after a survivor complained.Read the full story ›
A teenager who escaped from the Manchester Arena on the night of the terror attack has written a poem about her experiences.
Katie Farnsworth, from Newton Heath, was at the concert with her sister... but they stayed in the auditorium after it finished and missed the deadly blast on the on concourse which killed 22 people and injured many more.
Katie says she wrote the poem to help her come to terms wth the events on that night in May last year.
Here's an extract of it:
The day began
That day in May,
Bursting with excitement
Seeing Ariana Grande
We were ready early
And left straight away
Oh boy we will never
Forget this day,
Dad picked us up quickly
And in the car we sang
Those Dangerous woman tunes,
before the loud bang.
We never knew
Before this harrowing crime
That some people had sung
For One last time
Homeless Chris Parker, who was at the scene of the Manchester bombing, has pleaded guilty to stealing from victims of the attack in May.Read the full story ›
A further £3 million has been given to Manchester Arena survivors who are suffering from psychological injuries.Read the full story ›
A dedicated mental health service has been launched to support those affected by the Manchester terror attack. It will help people who were at the concert, their families and friends plus the emergency responders.
They'll focus on how people are coping with flashbacks and disturbed sleep.
As well as the 22 people who died there were 250 injured but the impact sadly spreads way beyond and worryingly many of those affected are young children as Andrew Fletcher reports:
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