Дата публикации: 2017-10-10 13:16
Lee Paul posted on Facebook: "Sleep tight John Atkinson. Thoughts and prayers with all your family and the other 76 people who lost there lives last night. X"
The Manchester Evening News has reported that the city’s authorities are reportedly doing everything in their power to stop him being cremated, buried, or laid to rest in any way in the Greater Manchester area.
Tracey Crolla said: "Thinking of all the Atkinsons at this very sad time. John Atkinson you turned into an amazing man so kind and thoughtful you will be missed by everyone."
It is thought his body remains unburied and councils, funeral directors and now the city''s mosques, refuse to deal with it.
M anchester Central Mosque, one of Manchester''s largest Muslim funeral providers, has said it will have nothing to do with the body.
Cllr Walker added: "The Rev Carol Hayden has kindly offered to open St Mary''s Parish Church at Close Park from 7pm to 5pm on Sunday for a time of reflection.
"It will open to people of all faiths to come along, reflect and mark their respects to those that were injured and lost their lives on Monday.
My thoughs and prayers are with the family and friends of John Atkinson. Our Radcliffe community will do all we can to support Johns family.