You can find information, emotional support and practical advice, through this site and by calling our 24-hour helpline. If you’d like to talk with someone face-to-face, you can also call in to the Family Assistance Centre, in central London. Assistance is available for everyone affected by the London bombings of the 7th July


In the days following 7th July 2005, flowers were laid at a remembrance plaque in Victoria Embankment Gardens, situated off Embankment between Hungerford Bridge and Waterloo Bridge.

From 7th July 2006 memorial plaques will be placed at Aldgate Station, Edgware Road Station, King’s Cross Station, Russell Square Station and Tavistock Square.

In partnership with some bereaved families and survivors, the government wants to create a permanent memorial to the victims and survivors of 7th July 2005.

The department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) is responsible for memorial arrangements. It is consulting the families of those who died about their wishes. More information about the memorial will follow once the consultation is completed.

City of Westminster - London Memorial Garden

7th July Assistance - News archive
7th July Assistance - Coping With Crisis
7th July Assistance - Contact others affected
7th July Assistance - Financial help, advice and support
7th July Assistance - Government Support
7th July Assistance - A permanent memorial
7th July Assistance - Online Resources



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