The Duke of Cambridge visits Manchester Cathedral

Published: 02 June 2017

On Friday 2 June 2017, The Duke of Cambridge visited Manchester to meet some of those who were affected by the attack at Manchester Arena. The Duke visited Greater Manchester Police Headquarters, Manchester Cathedral and Royal Manchester Children's Hospital. During his visit to Manchester Cathedral, His Royal Highness met members of the community who had shown acts of kindness following the attack, including local taxi drivers and restauranteurs and representatives from Northern Rail, the British Red Cross and St John Ambulance. Before leaving Manchester Cathedral, the Duke signed the Book of Condolence and paid tribute to Manchester’s strength and togetherness.

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