The parents of Tim Parry, one of the boys killed in the IRA bomb blast in Warrington will address the Northern Ireland assembley today on the eve of the 20th anniversary.
Colin and Wendy Parry have campaigned for Peace and set up The Tim Parry Jonathan Ball Foundation for Peace in memory of Tim and three-year-old Johnathan Ball.
They inspired the development of an international Peace Centre delivering programmes to support victims of political violence and to work to challenge extremism and those who support acts of terrorism.
A town will fall silent today to mark the 20th anniversary of the murder of two boys in an IRA outrage.
A ceremony and minutes silence will be held in Warrington today to mark 20 years since the town was bombed by the IRA killing two children.
Twenty years on since Warrington bombing father of victim Tim Parry recalls: "I remember the day frame by frame."