A PEACE campaigner who lost his son in the Warrington bombing is launching a campaign to inspire people to be more inclusive.
Vale Royal Borough Council is launching Everybody In, an equality and diversity initiative, next month.
It will include a number of events to raise awareness of the challenges and issues affecting individuals and community groups in Vale Royal, as well as the wider community.
Colin Parry, the peace campaigner and driving force behind the Warrington Peace Centre, will be a keynote speaker at the launch. He set up the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Trust after the 1993 IRA attack on
Warrington which killed his 12-year-old son Tim and three-year-old Johnathan Ball.
Colin will share his personal experiences and give an insight into raising awareness of the issue as well as signing copies of his book Tim: An Ordinary Boy with all proceeds going to his charity.
Lead councillor for engaging communities Val Godfrey said: 'I hope many residents will be able to join us to launch this important campaign. It is an ideal opportunity to share experiences and network.'
The launch, at Northwich Memorial Hall on Saturday, March 17, from 10.30am-12.30pm is open to all. To attend, call Angela Doe on 01606 867545 or e-mail her at email@example.com.