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We took Save a life, Surrender your knife to annual peace day this year!
Support after murder and manslaughter is an organisation dedicated to improving the lives of bereaved friends and families who have lost their loved ones at the hands of violent crime. You can read more about this registered charity and the work it does to provide comfort to those who need it, by checking out their website. […]
August 29th – Fusion Arts Fusion Arts of Oswestry show their backing for surrender your knife. We love working with fusion arts and many other clubs and organisations within our local community, it’s without the help of these people that we would never have gotten this off the ground. The group is a community based […]
August 28th – Birmingham Launch – perry barr Our Birmingham Launch was immensely well received and we are so proud of every single person who turned up to make their mark on knife crime by finally saying NO! Enough is enough, and we don’t want to lose one more life. We had tremendous support from […]
August 19th – Danny jones – memorial bike ride – Lake Vyrnwy Hotel In honour of the late Danny Jones who sadly died from his injuries whilst fooling around with a replica knife with friends, we have joined many from our local community who have chosen to commemorate what would have been his birthday, by […]
We are pleased to accept the warm support of Oswestry Ladies Tangent group, who visited the centre today to donate and show their support. Thank you so much – every little helps. We are so blessed to have such a wonderful community around us and encouraging us during this project.
July 25th – Knives have been pouring in from across the uk in support of save a life surrender your knife Thank you to everyone so far for your overwhelming support with our campaign, we have recently seen a massive shipment of Knives come flooding in from all areas of the UK. In addition, our […]
July 25th – Lisa Maddocks & Edna Maddocks Lisa and Edna Maddocks are our two latest supporters, having lost their son and brother to knife crime recently, they decided to step forward and help prevent other families from suffering the same hardship they have had to face since his departure. Craig Maddocks was an […]
July 18th – Emmanuelle – rapper – blacksmithing Today’s visit welcomes Birmingham rapper “Emmanuelle” a friend of recently deceased “Depz” who lost his life to knife crime outside a memorial event for another stabbing victim. He was welcomed with open arms and offered a workshop in metalwork from our resident sculptor Alfie Bradley. […]
July 7th – Terry Waite Terry Waite is another of our wonderful campaigners as of today. The Cheshire-born humanitarian author known for his time in captivity in the 80’s has agreed to assist us in our fight against knife crime. The centre where delighted to receive his support, and look forward to having him on […]