9th anniversary of 7th July 2005 Remembrance Event

July 5, 2014 | Nick Taylor

Monday 7th July 2014 from 12:00 to 13:30

Location: 7th July Memorial, Hyde Park, London

Nearest Underground: Hyde Park Corner

(please note the Tour de France Le Grand Tour enters the city mid afternoon and you should allow additional travel time and check latest travel details)

Broadcast – London Live  WATCH HERE

Social Media – join the event, show your support and share your thoughts on Twitter: #sevenseven


Speeches by some of those affected by 7th July 2005, reading of the names of those who died, a choir of over 200 people and laying of flowers

organised with and on behalf of the bereaved families and survivors by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace kindly supported by Rock Choir, Moyses Stevens, Royal Parks and AEG Live funded by the Greater London Authority, the Mayor of London and Transport for London (TfL).

11.00 Arrival of attendees

12:00 Live broadcast on London Live WATCH LIVE HERE

12:00 Rock Choir will sing Both Sides Now

12:05 Welcome by Jo Dover from the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace and who will call for a minute’s silence

Followed by playing of ‘Song of Doves’

12:10 Speakers

Susan Verghese, survivor from the Kings Cross/Russell Square train

Jacqui Putnam, survivor from the Edgware Road train

Sudhesh Dahad, survivor from the Kings Cross/Russell Square train

12:30 Rock Choir will sing Time After Time

12:35 Speakers

Jeff Porter, driver of the second train caught in the explosion at Edgware Road

Mick Ellis, Incident Commander at Tavistock Square and current Deputy Assistant Commissioner for London Fire Brigade 

12:45 Reading of names by Tim Coulson, known as the ‘Angel of Edgware Road’

13:00 Thanks – closing words and invitation to lay flowers by Jo Dover

13:05 Rock Choir sings during laying of flowers Something Inside So Strong, True Colours and Proud

250 single flowers will be laid.

13:30 End of Ceremony