Doncaster will fall silent tomorrow for the victims of the Tunisia beach attack.
The Frenchgate Shopping Centre will be observing the national minute’s silence on Friday July 3 at noon to remember the 38 victims of the terror attack in Sousse last week.
The silence will take place exactly a week after the shooting which claimed the lives of 30 British holidaymakers.
The centre’s management team will be asking shoppers and staff to honour the victims and participate in the national event.
Laurie Barton Wright, Frenchgate Centre manager said: “It is very important to us to observe the minute’s silence in memory of all those who sadly lost their lives in Tunisia.
“All our stores will be taking part and the centre will fall silent in order for us all to pay our respects.”