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Terrorism memorial: Tunisia victims among those remembered

Allen Cook

BBC News

Among the victims remembered at the National Memorial Arboretum today were four who died in the terror attacks in Tunisia in 2015.

Charles Patrick Evans, his son Adrian Evans, 49, and grandson Joel Richards, 19, all from the West Midlands, were all shot dead at the Sousse beach resort.

Scott Chalkley and Sue Davey
Family Handout

Also among the victims of the Tunisia attacks were Sue Davey from Tamworth and her partner Scott Chalkley (pictured).

The memorial, entitled Still Water, was created at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire to remember all those who have died in terror attacks abroad.

Widow unveils memorial to terror attack victims

Calum McKenzie

BBC News

The widow of a man killed in Tunisia in 2015 has helped unveil a memorial remembering British victims of terrorism overseas.

Cheryl Stollery

John Stollery, a social worker from Walesby, Nottinghamshire, was one of 30 victims from the UK killed in the attack near Sousse.

His wife Cheryl told the BBC the memorial would provide people with the opportunity to "sit and reflect" on the lives lost to terrorism.

Memorial to terror victims

The unveiling, at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, was attended by the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Boris Johnson.