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The Irish in the UK – Episode 226 – We talk to Wendy & Colin Parry about loss and reconciliation

This week on The Irish in the UK TV… In March 1993, two bombs concealed in litter bins exploded in the centre of Warrington. 56 people were injured and two children, Jonathan Ball and Tim Parry, were killed. We talk to Tim’s parents, Wendy and Colin Parry. Together, out of the tragedy, they founded the Tim Parry – Jonathan Ball Peace Foundation; an organisation that breaks down barriers, brings people together and helps to heal the mental wounds of those caught up in conflict.

This two part special deals with Wendy and Colin’s loss and how they went on to change the outlook of others.

Now in 2021, The Peace Centre, the hub of the Peace Foundation, is in urgent need of financial support to continue its amazing work.

The Peace Centre can be contacted…
+44 (0)1925 581 231
info@peace-foundation.org.uk
The Tim Parry Jonathan Ball Peace Foundation
Peace Drive
Warrington
WA5 1HQ
Visit their website..
peace-foundation.org.uk

To advertise in the UK section of the show please call Martin Logan 07808 573 142 alternatively email martinloganmanchester@gmail.com

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