A one-minute silence will be observed by an anti-nuclear monitoring group next week to mark the second anniversary of the Fukushima disaster in Japan.
The Manchester-based Nuclear Free Local Authorities unites councils promoting anti-nuclear policies.
It will hold a minute's silence to remember those affected by the disaster at a committee meeting in the city on March 22.
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