A community assistance centre has opened today (Friday 9 June) at Southwark Cathedral as a safe space to offer information, support and assistance to anyone affected by the London Bridge terror attack last weekend.
The centre will be open from 8am to 10pm over the next week.
Victim Support staff and volunteers will be on hand to provide support, as well as other organisations offering information and assistance to people affected by the attack.
The centre will be based in the refectory of Southwark Cathedral, which can be accessed from the riverside near London Bridge.
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Our free Supportline is running 24/7 for anyone affected by the recent terror attacks. Call 08 08 16 89 111 for support or request help through our website.