MORE than 200 people fell silent in Bradford to remember the victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

A one minute’s silence was held in Centenary Square at 11am today to remember the 79 people feared dead following last week’s fire at the block of flats in West London.

The service was attended by a number of Bradford Council officials, councillors, the Lord Mayor of Bradford, the Very Reverend Jerry Lepine and Bradford Coroner Martin Fleming.

It also remembered last night’s incident where a van hit worshippers at Finsbury Park Mosque, which killed one man and injured ten others.

The Dean of Bradford Cathedral, the Very Reverend Jerry Lepine, who read out a prayer at the ceremony, said it was important for the Bradford community to join together to remember the victims of the two incidents in London.