Trees of Hope, Manchester 2018 :: Shared Description

The ‘trees of Hope’ trail was one of the events organised to mark the first anniversary of the terrorist bomb attack on the Manchester Arena which killed 22 concert-goers as they left a concert by American singer, Ariana Grande on 22 May 2017.

The trail features 28 Japanese maple trees placed in planters, each sporting the bee logo, along a route from Victoria Station to St Ann’s Square. From Saturday 19 May to Sunday 27 May inclusive, anyone wishing to leave a message of tribute, solidarity and love was able to attach it to one of the trees using specially-designed cardboard tags. At the end of the Trees of Hope event, all of the messages will be preserved and kept – alongside tributes left last year – in an archive of the city’s response to the attack. It is intended that the trees themselves will remain in the city centre.
by David Dixon
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17 images use this description:

SJ8398 : Tree of Hope, St Mary's Gate/New Cathedral Street by David Dixon
SJ8398 : Tree of Hope, Exchange Square by David Dixon
SJ8398 : Tree of Hope on New Cathedral Street by Gerald England
SJ8398 : Tree of Hope on Exchange Street by Gerald England
SJ8498 : Tree of Hope, Victoria Station by David Dixon
SJ8398 : Planters in Mount Street by Oliver Dixon
SJ8398 : Tree of Hope, Cathedral Gardens by David Dixon
SJ8398 : Trees and Planters on New Cathedral Street by David Dixon
SJ8398 : New Cathedral Street by Gerald England
SJ8398 : Trees of Hope, New Cathedral Street by David Dixon
SJ8498 : It's ok NOT to feel ok by Gerald England
SJ8498 : Victoria Station Concourse by Gerald England
SJ8498 : Manchester Victoria Station, Tree of Hope by David Dixon
SJ8498 : Cathedral Gardens, Trees of Hope by David Dixon
SJ8398 : Tree of Hope, Exchange Street by David Dixon
SJ8398 : Tree of Hope, St Annes Square by David Dixon
SJ8398 : It's ok NOT to feel ok by David Dixon


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Created: Wed, 6 Jun 2018, Updated: Wed, 6 Jun 2018

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