Lurgan and beyond rallied behind the family of Natalie McNally today in Lurgan Park as the quest for her killer continues.
Heart breaking scenes at the park today in Lurgan as almost 2000 people joined the family of Natalie McNally as a memorial to her and many others in Lurgan who have died at the hands of violence.
While her heartbroken family remembered Natalie and her unborn son, who was brutally murdered they also remembered Laura Marshall and Anita Doran and many other women who have been murdered.
1. Portadown man, Gerard Beattie whose sister, Marian was murdered 50 years ago offers his support to the mother of Natalie McNally at Saturday's rally. Marian's murder remains unsolved. LM05-216.
Portadown man, Gerard Beattie whose sister, Marian was murdered 50 years ago offers his support to the mother of Natalie McNally at Saturday's rally. Marian's murder remains unsolved. LM05-216. Photo: TONY-HENDRON-TONY-]
2. Sharing the love and solidarity with the McNally family
Pictured at the Natalie McNally vigil in Lurgan Park are from left, Angela Cafolla, Loretta Horan, Rosaleen McMahon and Cathy McAlernon. LM05-207. Photo: TONY HENDRON
3. Support from all families who have suffered violence against women
Alana Doran and Leo Neish (4) pictured at Saturdays anti- violence against women rally. LM05-215. Photo: TONY HENDRON
4. Family solidarity
Colin McNally, cousin of Natalie, pictured with his family at the vigil in Lurgan Park, including twins Shea and Shannon (10) and his partner Jo. LM05-200. Photo: TONY HENDRON