#Plymouth Together

Aug 14, 2021 | Community News, Council News

Millbrook Parish Council’s thoughts are with the families and friends who lost loved ones on Thursday evening.

Plymouth City Council will hold a one-minute silence at 11am Monday 16th August. We would also like to echo Plymouth City Council’s statement giving special thanks to our emergency services for their quick response to this incident

There are many members in our community who have been or know of people affected by the tragic events that took place on Thursday 12th August. A Police Victim Support helpline is available for anyone impacted by the incident: 0808 1689 111.

Anyone with specific information regarding this incident can contact 01752 487880.

An online book of condolence is available on Plymouth City Council’s website

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