The bridge officially launches with an event at 2.30pm on Sunday 11 February and is then open from 10am-10pm every Sunday-Thursday.
JW3 CEO Raymond Simonson said: “Starting with 136 padlocks, each with the name of one of the current hostages, plus a couple of dozen locks signed by high profile figures, we are inviting everyone to show your love and support for the hostages by adding your own padlock.
“Either bring a padlock or lock one up from JW3 Box Office, draw a heart, scribble a message or sign your name, address it to the bridge and share photos and video widely on social media with the hashtags #LovelockHostageBridge and #BringThemHomeNow.”
JW3 is the Jewish community, culture and arts centre, based in Finchley. Those visiting will also be able to make a donation to the Hostage and Missing Families Forum.
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