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The family of the young man who was attacked inside a Flintshire supermarket are backing an anti-racism event in Mold tonight.

Hundreds of people are expected to meet at Daniel Owen Square this evening in a “show of solidarity.”

The page was set up by Cambria Band member David Shinn, in response to the attack on 24-year-old Dr Sarandev Singh Bhambra inside the town’s Tesco last week.

Dr Bhambra, a dentist, was left with “life-changing injuries” as a result of the incident.

More than 200 people have already signed up to take part in the event which begins at 6pm.

Mr Shinn said people had been left “shocked and saddened” by the attack on Dr Bhambra and hopes the community will come together tonight to make a stand.

The Cambria Band will be performing and Mr Shinn is encouraging people to bring candles with them to light during the event.

Speeches will include one from Delyn MP David Hanson who is due to read a letter out to the crowd from Dr Bhambra’s family.

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