Aberdeen will join the commemorations happening in towns and cities throughout Scotland and the UK to remember Grenfell, one year on.
A vigil, organised by Aberdeen Trades Union Council, will be held in St Nicholas Square on Thursday 14th June from 6.30-7.30pm. This will be followed by short speeches and
ATUC Secretary, Fiona Napier said, "As the inquiry begins into Grenfell, and we have heard the moving testimonies from loved ones to all those who perished in the fire, it reminds us that we must never forget what happened here - a completely avoidable tragedy.
"We will be remembering those whose lives were lost and all their friends and relatives who were so deeply affected by the terrible events of a year ago.
"We will be giving thanks to the emergency services who worked tirelessly, at cost to themselves, to deal with the fire and its aftermath.
"But we will also be pledging to fight to ensure that this terrible tragedy can never happen again."
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