A BOOK of condolence at Rotherham Minster for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack has been signed by 103 people so far, according to Canon David Bliss.
The church set aside its Jesus Chapel as a place for prayer and reflection for people wishing to remember those killed and injured in the atrocity.
Canon Bliss said that young people have signed the book and children were queuing with their parents.
He said: “Because we had the book of condolence at the vigil on Wednesday the people were queuing up to sign it.
“I think it has given people an opportuinity to try and put into words the feelings they have had.
“There were lots of people wanting to sign.”
Mr Bliss said the book will remain at the Minster for a few weeks before it is sent to Manchester.
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