The Shankill remembers the victims of the Belfast Blitz which took place on the 15th-16th April 1941. Sam Coulter and Bobby Foster decided to erect a permanent memorial to the victims, with support from the local community. The piece also includes first-person accounts of that fateful night from blitz survivors.
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