Hollie Gazzard charity walk to remember stabbed hairdresser

Hollie Gazzard charity walk Walkers wore T-shirts with Hollie's image across the front

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Hundreds of people took part in a charity walk in memory of hairdresser Hollie Gazzard, who was fatally stabbed in a Gloucester salon.

The 20-year-old was attacked while working at Fringe Benefits in the city centre on 18 February.

Her family set up the Hollie Gazzard Foundation to sponsor a young hairdresser in the city each year.

Asher Thomas Maslin, 22, of Gloucester Road, Cheltenham, has been charged with Miss Gazzard's murder.

A trial is likely to take place in October at Gloucester Crown Court.

Hollie's father, Nick Gazzard, said he was "bowled over" by the amount of people who joined the walk.

Hollie Gazzard was fatally stabbed at a Gloucester hair salon in February Hollie Gazzard was fatally stabbed at a Gloucester hair salon in February

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