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Memorial for London bomb victim
Stan Brewster
Mr Brewster died in the Edgware Road bomb blast
A memorial to a Derbyshire man killed in the London bombings has been unveiled on Sunday.

Father-of-two Stan Brewster, 52, from Swanwick died in the Edgware Road Tube attack on 7 July last year.

The senior project engineer for Derbyshire County Council had been travelling to a conference.

Councillors unveiled a plaque at the Torrs Millennium Walkway in New Mills, for which Mr Brewster was the project manager for design and construction.

Councillor Walter Burrows, said: "Stan was a respected and popular member of staff who is missed by everyone who knew and worked with him.

"As well as being a highly personable man, he was also a skilled project engineer.

"The Pride Park bridges and the Torrs Millennium Walkway are lasting legacies of his work, so it is particularly poignant that we have permanent memorials to him at these places."

Another plaque will be unveiled at Derby's Pride Park on 25 June.

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