Fundraising to build permanent 7 7memorial in Tavistock Square

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Fundraising to build permanent 7 7memorial in Tavistock Square

It's nearly 10 years since suicide bombers took to London's transport network and killed 52 people. 

There's never been a permanent memorial at Tavistock Square to remember those who lost their lives on the number 30 bus. 

Now fundraising is underway to build a “People’s Memorial”. 

Funded entirely by donations, it’s hoped it will serve as a fitting tribute the 13 people killed, and those who helped on the day of the attack. 

Philip Nelson is behind this campaign and explained more.

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