After last week’s terrible attack at the Manchester Arena, the city came together in an unbelievable way. People from all over the north joined forces to help the injured and their families. We¬†will not allow¬†ourselves to be divided. #WeStandTogether

The city united in the days after to remember the victims, their families, and all who were there at the Manchester Arena. Seeing Albert Square packed with thousands for the vigil was heart warming, real evidence that #WeStandTogether

#westandtogether

#WeStandTogether

It was amazing to see the masses of people joining hands and attending the vigil. There has been a real sense of community and strength over the last week. On the night, we saw hundreds of people using social media to spread the word of support. Strangers were offering people their homes, beds and sofas to sleep on. As well as this, taxi drivers turned off their metres and drove people home, up and down the UK. The whole city joined together to let the terrorists know that love always wins.

#westandtogether

St Anne’s Square is filled with the love of the city, a beautiful memorial and reminder that #WeStandTogether always.

#westandtogether

We took to the streets of Manchester to capture what it feels like to be a part of our community. Teaming up with some Salford University dance students, we created this video to show how the city is still alive. Love always prevails! #WeStandTogether … We are Manchester!