Dean recalls ‘living nightmare’ of events a week ago and calls on congregation to embrace difference as a blessing

Last weekend’s attack at London Bridge was a “living nightmare”, the dean of Southwark Cathedral told his congregation on Sunday, the first day the church has opened since the bloodshed.

Hundreds of people packed the ancient edifice in the heart of the neighbourhood that had come under attack eight days earlier. “It’s lovely to hear the bells again,” one resident said.

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