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Dylan Hockley's parents back Hampshire Autistic Society

The parents of a British boy killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in the USA are backing a fundraising drive for a Hampshire autism charity.

Dylan Hockley, six, grew up in Eastleigh before his family moved to Newtown in Connecticut where the shooting took place on 14 December.

Twenty children and six teachers died at the hands of gunman Adam Lanza, who also took his own life.

Parents Ian and Nicole are supporting Hampshire Autistic Society.

Family friends in Hampshire have helped plan a community fundraising day for 29 June called A Day 4 Dylan.