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London museums pledge to stay ‘welcoming to all’ after terror attack

The Art Newspaper | Anny Shaw

London’s museum staff defiantly made their way to work on Sunday 4 June to ensure the UK capital’s cultural institutions remained open following the London Bridge terror attack in which seven people were killed and dozens more injured.

Tate Modern and the Hayward Gallery were among 12 cultural organisations around Bankside, close to where the attacks happened, to jointly issue a statement pledging to keep their venues “safe, open and welcoming to all”… Read more

Image: An armed police officer watches over during vigil at Potters Fields Park outside City Hall in London for those who lost their lives in the London Bridge terror attack (Photo: Ben Cawthra/Sipa via AP Images)

2018-10-29T11:04:52+00:00