UPDATE: Guy’s Campus has now reopened following yesterday’s attack

There are still some road closures and diversions


King's College London have sent round an email to students saying that Guy's Campus is now open again.

The campus was closed yesterday evening after a terrorist attack at London Bridge.

King's have said: "We can confirm that Guy’s Campus is open to staff and students, however, the Science Gallery will be closed on Saturday 30 November.

"London Bridge Station is operating as normal but there are some road closures and diversions in place.

"Thank you to everyone, particularly those of you that were at Guy’s on Friday afternoon, for your patience and understanding during what was a challenging and uncertain time."

Following yesterday's attacks Guy's Campus went into period of lockdown for a few hours.

Later on that evening the campus was closed and students who live on campus accommodation were advised by police to stay elsewhere.

Orchard Lisle, Iris Brook and Wolfson House residents were all encouraged to evacuate.

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