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Support following the tragic events in Fallowfield

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We understand that the recent tragic events in Fallowfield will be impacting the wider student community across Manchester and we send our heartfelt condolences to Luke O’Connor’s family and friends, and our wider colleagues at Manchester Metropolitan University. 

Wellbeing support available 

This is an extremely sad time, and you may need to grieve or process the situation. You can contact our Counselling and Mental Health Services who can provide immediate support in a crisis alongside one-to-one appointments, online resources and workshops You can also access our 24 hour mental health helpline if you need immediate support. Our Residential Life teams remain available 24/7 for students in our halls of residence. 

Get extra peace of mind with SafeZone

Our mobile app SafeZone can also be used to quickly connect you with our Campus Support and Security team if you have an immediate concern or require first aid or wellbeing assistance. The app is free to download, easy to use, and operates across not just our campus and accommodation areas, but also MMU and Salford campuses. Find out more about SafeZone. 

Continued appeal for information

Greater Manchester Police have asked that anyone with information about the incident should contact them by calling 101 and quoting 240 26/10/22. 

Members of the public can upload any information including photos, videos and CCTV via their Major Incident Public Portal

Alternatively, you can also report information via or you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. 

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