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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
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