It's twelve months on from the deadly bomb attack in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert.

Bells across the city will ring at 10:31pm today, marking the exact time a bomb was detonated, killing 22 people.

In the wake attack, the city was bursting with acts of kindness and charity - but this moment has gone down in memory as something special.

Shortly after a few minutes silence to remember those lost and injured during the cowardly attack, a single person began to sing Oasis' Don't Look Back in Anger in a packed Manchester square.

As they sang out the almost universally known pop classic, the rest of the people gathered began to join in.

Josh Halliday from the Guardian filmed the moment, saying it gave him 'goosebumps'.

While ITV's Daniel Hewitt shared the moment from another point in the crowd.

It was another moment of unity from the city.

One of pure emotion.

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