Stirling Council will join the City of Plymouth in a minute’s silence today at 11am (Monday, 16 Aug).
Details for a minute's silence with Plymouth City Council

Five people were killed in the English costal city in a mass shooting on Thursday, and our officers and Councillors will this morning pause as a mark of respect to those who lost their lives.

Stirling Provost, Christine Simpson, said: “I wish to send our most sincere condolences and sympathies to the people of Plymouth following Thursday’s tragedy.

“Our community knows all too well the hollow feeling left inside following such a senseless loss of life, but it is in these darkest of times where we can find strength and a sense of meaning through solidarity.

“Stirling mourns with you as you come to terms with what has happened and our thoughts remain with the families, friends and communities who have lost loved ones.”

Plymouth City Council has published an online book of condolence for those who wish to pay their respects.