Surelight Projects Lit in Solidarity with France

20th November 2015

After the attack in Paris on Friday 13th November, expressions of condolence have echoed throughout the world.

Many famous landmarks and buildings have been lit up with the colours of the French flag in a gesture of solidarity. Surelight has worked closely with many of our customers to create French tricolour light shows. Our in house team of technical experts have programmed some iconic projects free of charge including the Canal & River Trust's Straddle Building in our hometown of Sheffield to show our gesture of solidarity. Surelight Managing Director, Paul Lancaster, said -We were saddened to hear about the tragic events that unfolded in Paris last Friday. We wanted to show a gesture of solidarity to the families and friends of those affected. We've chosen with help of Canal and River Trust to show this gesture with light. For full details on the Canal & River Trust's Straddle Building in Sheffield Victoria Quays please visit:

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