Flowers removed from Manchester attack memorial
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Manchester attack: Tributes moved from St Ann's Square

Tributes left for the victims of the Manchester attack were moved on Friday but there are plans for a permanent memorial.

Flowers, balloons and other items were left in the city's St Ann's Square after the bombing at the Ariana Grande concert on 22 May killed 22 people.

Many of the flowers that are in good condition will be preserved for memorial books for the victims' families while toys and football shirts will be given to children's charities.