Bomb victims remembered
Johnathan Bell and Tim Parry, the two young boys killed in an IRA bombing in March 1993, will be remembered today at the opening of the Warrington Peace Centre in Cheshire. The Warrington Project was established after the bombing by the then President, Mrs Robinson, and the Prince of Wales. The centre plans to bring young people from the Republic, the North and Britain together to discuss conflict resolution.
Among those attending the opening will be the Fine Gael leader, Mr John Bruton, and former Taoiseach Mr Albert Reynolds. The former British Prime Minister, Mr John Major, is also expected to participate.