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Church leaders from the Methodist, United Reformed and Anglican Churches in Cumbria will today sign an historic ecumenical Declaration of Intent
A series of memorial services is taking place across Cumbria today to remember the victims of the horrific series of shootings in the area on 2 June 2010.
The horror that was visited on West Cumbria on 2 June 2010 has been met with considerable dignity and emotional continence by the people of those shocked communities.
PM David Cameron will visit the Cumbria area later today, as police continue to investigate the killings and local people try to make sense of the outbreak of murderous violence.
Church leaders in Cumbria have come together to pledge their long term support for all affected by the shootings that took place in West Cumbria on Wednesday 2 June.
Three months after parts of Cumbria were devastated by floods, the Methodist Church has insisted that its inhabitants must not be forgotten. They also announced that a Methodist appeal has raised £74,432 to help those affected.
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