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Campaigners renew IRA Docklands bomb compensation call on blast anniversary
Story Link Evening Express
Victims have marked the 25th anniversary of the IRA London Docklands bombing with a vow to keep fighting for compensation.
A tiny number of socially-distanced survivors released doves at the spot as they commemorated the February 1996 blast which killed two people and injured scores of others
Adele sings Lean on Me as she and Stormzy stand alongside Grenfell families before 73 doves are released in memory of 72 victims and 'one for the unknown' after Britain falls silent on first anniversary of fire
Adele and Stormzy today joined thousands of mourners to remember the 72 victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster as Britain fell silent on the first anniversary of the deadliest residential fire since the Blitz.
The devastated west London community became a sea of green - the colour adopted as a symbol of grief and hope in the wake of the blaze - as many stood tearfully and hugged at midday for 72 seconds.
Adele looked emotional as she stood among mourners in the shadow of Grenfell Tower and sang along as a gospel choir performed Bill Withers' hit Lean on Me while wreaths were laid and candles were lit in memory of the dead.
Rapper Stormzy stood quietly feet away at the 'wall of truth' before posing for pictures with children affected by the tragedy. Marcus Mumford was also there and all three stars have been demanding justice for Grenfell's victims.
Today's 72-second silence was observed by millions across the UK including the Queen, who was dressed all in green and stood quietly next to Meghan Markle on their first royal engagement together in Cheshire.
In London green balloons then flew from the roof of Grenfell as large crowds gathered in its shadow to pray, lay white roses and light candles to remember their loved-ones.
Faith and community leaders also released 73 doves into the sky - one for every life lost on June 14, 2017, and another for the victims they fear have never been identified - before a silent march where one woman collapsed in tears as they approached the tower.
Guests lined up and released 12 white doves into the air to pay tribute to the veteran entertainer.
The former Strictly Come Dancing host died aged 89 at home surrounding by his wife Wilnelia Merced and children on August 18.
The founder of Phones 4u, John Caudwell, posted a video clip from the funeral on social media site Instagram.
It shows funeral guests releasing the birds to cries of “hip hip hooray”, just after a speaker says: “To the rainbow. Somewhere over the rainbow. Until we all meet again.”
Other guests cheered as the doves flew into the sky.
Alongside the footage John wrote: “A sad but beautiful moment at Bruce’s funeral
Victims of the Grenfell Tower fire have been remembered at the start of the Notting Hill Carnival with the release of dozens of white doves.
The poignant gesture came at the official opening ceremony of the two-day world famous event, which takes place in the shadow of the charred remains of the high-rise block where at least 80 people died in June.
The birds were released from the hands of survivors and local residents, as well as the leader of Kensington and Chelsea council Elizabeth Campbell, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Kensington MP Emma Dent Coad.
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Published on Aug 27, 2016
Nines - Trapper Of The Year (Official Video) Ft. Jay Midge
Produced by X-Supply
Doves were released from the boot of a car in this music video - 1.58minutes shows the unique dove release.
(No doves were hurt during the release, this is safe to and harmless. The shoot was supervised by our expert staff)
Fright Club - Sky 1 - Starts 3rd June
Fright Club is a new 6 x 60 min series for Sky 1 that sees people with the same crippling fear or phobia join forces to overcome their problem once and for all.
Each week 10 fellow sufferers will take part in an extreme form of exposure therapy that will see them face their worst nightmares. They have just three days to tackle their fear head on... if they succeed it will change their lives forever.
First in the series is Birds.
Asiana Wedding Magazine
Asiana is the Best Selling Asian lifestyle and wedding magazine in the UK.
You can find everything from bridal wear, makeup and jewellery, health, newest bridal trends and always a little something more special such as these beautiful white doves.....
Photography by Linda Blacker
This image means a great deal to me, for personal reasons. I hope that you like it too. I know it is a simple image, a change from my vibrant and more unique work, but it is how I wanted this one to be.
The Quiet Mark Treehouse and Garden by John Lewis
Tree House – Bespoke Luxury
Location: RHS Hampton Court Palace
The Quiet Mark Treehouse by John Lewis has been designed and built by Blue Forest and will be a central feature at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, 8th – 13th July 2014.
Acclaimed garden designer David Domoney of ITV’s Love Your Garden
Saturday 28th June 2014
100 Beautiful White doves were released at Beacon Hall, West Sussex to celebrate the wedding of Mr & Mrs Tomlinson's daughter Zoe and Nick.
Pictures by M. 07802 371269
Saturday 14th June 2014
12 Beautiful White doves were released in Trafalgar Square to celebrate the Jesus fellowship Event 2014
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Romantic Peter Andre symbolises his love for pregnant girlfriend Emily with two white doves from TWDC in the final episode of his fly-on-the-wall show.
With Christmas just around the corner Peter Andre is preparing for life beyond ITV2, with long-running fly-on-the-wall show 'My Life' drawing to a close. In a final, festive episode viewers will see the Australian star symbolise his feelings for pregnant girlfriend Emily MacDonagh by offering her two white doves, which they release in the back garden of their West Sussex home.
The couple are filmed as they warmly embrace before taking the two symbolic birds from a white basket supplied by TWDC secured with a pink ribbon.