The *Forest Light* artwork by Tony Lloyd reminds Denis of the trees at Eliza’s family’s vineyard, St Leonards, in Rutherglen in North-East Victoria. “It’s lovely and serene,” he says. The doors open to a small courtyard garden at the front of the house. White shutters instantly brighten the room.
Greater Manchester Police has marked Holocaust Memorial Day today by bringing faith leaders from across the region together to pay tribute to those who lost their lives. Chief Constable Ian Hopkins and Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd are joined by Tania Nelson from the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, Elinor Chohan from Remembering Srebrenica and Rabbi Daniel Walker. www.gmp.police.uk
Greater Manchester's Police and Crime Commissioner hosted his first public meeting this week (30/1/13) in Trafford. Residents quizzed Tony Lloyd and the Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy on police and crime issues at the meeting. Restorative justice, hate crime, privatisation of the police and working more closely with the community were just some of the topics on the agenda. Subsequent meetings will be held monthly in each local authority area of Greater Manchester in 2013…
Officers and staff of Greater Manchester Police, representatives of local faith groups and members of the general public joined the national minute’s silence today, July 3 2015, outside the Force’s headquarters in Newton Heath. The silence was to pay tribute to those who died in the recent attacks in Tunisia. The event was lead by Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy and Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd. www.gmp.police.uk