Tomorrow (May 22) marks the first anniversary of soldier Lee Rigby’s brutal killing in Woolwich by two Islamic extremists.
The 25-year-old father-of-one was murdered in Artillery Place as he walked back to the barracks in an unprovoked attack in broad daylight.
One of his murderers Michael Adebolajo was sentenced to a whole-life jail term earlier this year, while Michael Adebowale must serve a minimum of 45 years in prison for the appalling crime.
Up to 4,000 bikers are expected to take part in a Lee Rigby Memorial Ride to the barracks tomorrow to show respect for the fusilier and his family.
There are still no plans for a Woolwich memorial to the soldier in spite of thousands of people signing an online petition.
You can send any pictures or information about events taking place in the borough in memory of Lee Rigby to email@example.com
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