Gainsborough Town Council to hold one minute silence for Carly Lovett who was killed in the Tunisia terror attack at next meeting

The Mayor of Gainsborough has offered his support to Carly’s friends and family and the town council will hold a minutes silence at its next meeting next month.

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 30th June 2015, 9:00 am
Mayor of Gainsborough, Coun Matthew Boles
Mayor of Gainsborough, Coun Matthew Boles

Coun Matthew Boles said: “I am sure we where all appalled and sickened when we first heard about the events in Tunisia on Friday.”

“Unfortunately it has now affected our local community with devastating consequences following the realisation that Gainsborough lady Carly Lovett was sadly amongst the innocent victims.”

“I am sure no words can offer any comfort or peace of mind to Carly’s family, friends and fiancé at this awful time and as a father myself I cannot start to understand the pain they must feel at this moment.”

“But on behalf of Gainsborough Town Council and the Gainsborough community as a whole I would like to offer my heart felt condolences and prayers to all that knew Carly.”

“As a council we will do anything we possibly can to support the family and friends and as a mark of respect a minutes silence will be held in Carly’s memory at our next full council meeting on 7th July.”