Charity in memory of murdered toddler James Bulger


A charity is being set up to remember toddler James Bulger, who was abducted and murdered on Merseyside in 1993.

James's mother Denise Fergus is launching The James Bulger Memorial Trust, operating under the name For James, in the year he would have turned 21.

She wants the charity to support young people who have become the victims of crime, hatred or bullying.

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