McGuinness to give Warrington peace lecture
September 18, 2013 | Nick Taylor
Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Broadcast 18th September 2013 10:34
Twenty years ago, a bomb planted in Warrington by the IRA killed two young boys and injured 54 other people. Colin Parry, whose son Tim was one of those killed, set up a Peace Centre in the town in his memory. Now he has invited Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuiness to deliver a peace lecture there to mark the 20th anniversary of the atrocity.
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