Rodney Edwards • Published 8 Nov 2012 16:57
HER Majesty The Queen has sent her prayers to the victims and families of the Enniskillen bomb as they mark the 25th anniversary of the atrocity today.
After the very moving service at the Cenotaph, a service of community remembrance and reflection then took place in St. Macartin's Cathedral, with family members leaving roses at the top of the church in a moving display of "pride, loving affection and gratitude".
Enniskillen paused to reflect this morning at a moving service of remembrance and thanksgiving 25 years after the Enniskillen bombing.
THIS morning 's 25th anniversary of the Enniskillen bomb will be marked by families of the bereaved and injured publicly and privately.
- No new police Enniskillen investigation yet, insist PSNI
- Prayer and family lift Joan's spirits when she hits rock bottom
- I hadn't a clue who my wife and children were. I had to learn to walk and talk again
- How the 'Spirit of Enniskillen' continues to change young lives
- One of the darkest and longest days
- You wonder how the bombers feel now about abhorrent act
- Reasons to reflect on our darkest day
- Permanent memorial planned and services to mark anniversary
- Thanks, Sammy, for pulling me from the bomb rubble
- I thought I 'was breathing my last'
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