Our thoughts with those at Manchester Arena last night

As the news has developed through the night, and the morning, I am deeply shocked by last night’s terrible events at the Manchester Arena. My thoughts go out to all those affected, those who have lost loved ones or otherwise injured. I couldn’t imagine what it was like for those who were there. Obviously live music is something special to me, and being part of a something which brings so many people together is sacred, and it’s horrible this has happened.

Both Warrington and Manchester have had their share of atrocities, and we have always come back stronger.

Music is a powerful bond, and should bring people together, we cannot let ourselves be divided or be fearful. Be safe.

Lee Harman
[WAM] Editor

Police have set up an emergency hotline for those who still have loved ones missing following the terror attack in Manchester.

Greater Manchester Police said: ‘An emergency number is available for those who are concerned about loved ones or anyone who may have been in the area – 0800 096 0095.

22 dead and scores hurt after explosion at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester (Warrington Guardian)

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