The University’s thoughts are with everyone affected by the attack at London Bridge and Borough Market.
Any students at our London campus who have been affected by the incident and are in need of support are asked to contact the Student Experience Team. You may contact us either in person at the Helpdesk, by telephone 020 7682 4646 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, these services are available during office hours. If you are a student at our London campus and would like to contact our student-run listening service out of hours, please call London Nightline: 0207 6310101.
Any students at our Liverpool campus who have been affected and are in need of support can contact our Student Services: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/studentsupport/. To contact the Student Welfare Advice and Guidance Service, you can email email@example.com or ring 0151 794 5863. Please note these services are available during office hours.
The Metropolitan Police have set up a casualty bureau on 0800 096 1233 and 0207 158 0197 for anyone concerned about friends or relatives.
The tragic events at London Bridge and Borough Market will be marked by a minute’s silence across the UK at 11am today (Tuesday). For those who can and wish to, you are invited to meet in University Square to observe the silence in remembrance of those who lost their lives and those who were injured. Staff and students at our London campus are invited to congregate in the open space in the Library to observe the minute’s silence.
At times such as this we know families can become increasingly worried and we would encourage all students to remain in contact with friends and family.
The emergency response to the incident on London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday evening has resulted in the transport network being disrupted with a number of roads and tube stations being closed. For up-to-date travel advice please visit the Transport for London website (https://tfl.gov.uk/) or call 0343 222 1234* (option 6).
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