On Saturday 12th of October Havering will say NO to youth violence.

Thousands of marches are expected to take place not just across London but across the whole of England, as families and communities come out to make their voices heard and to say no to youth violence and the horrific stabbings blighting our streets.

Here in Havering the march has been organised by Peggy Kato whose son Champion was fatally stabbed eleven times in Forest Gate in 2013.

Stephen Gowers and Peggy Kato

The march is due to start at 2pm from Romford police station where the crowds will then walk to Romford station and stand for a minute silence.

Event Organiser Peggy Kato

Havering’s Take a Knife Save a Life are also supporting the event and encouraging people to come out and make their voices heard and support this event.

Stephen Gowers from Take a knife Save a life.

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