Cllr Tejinder Dhami
will join the rest of country at 11am
Members of the public are invited to observe the silence outside Ealing Town Hall to remember the 22 people who were killed and 64 seriously injured in the attack.
Paul Najsarek, chief executive of Ealing Council said: "Following the horrific terrorist attack in Manchester, our thoughts and deepest sympathy go out to those who have died and have been injured, alongside their families and friends.
“Our values of tolerance, understanding and cohesion will always be the greatest weapon against hatred and terrorism. Manchester’s response to this incident demonstrates civic pride and public service at its best.
“We are flying the Union flag at half-mast over Ealing Town Hall in honour of those who have been affected by this attack.”
“The safety of our residents, visitors and staff is of paramount importance and although attacks like this are very rare, we continue to work with our colleagues in the emergency services to ensure we have robust systems in place to protect us.
“The police are asking the public for their continued help and vigilance. People who see anything that causes concern or raises suspicions should contact the police on - 0800 789 321 - or in an emergency call 999. #WeStandTogether
This silence will take place across the UK. If you wish to attend, please make your way to the town hall steps by 10.55am.
25th May 2017