Mum starts campaign after teen stabbing
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Tavis Spencer-Aitkens death: Anti-knife campaign begins

A campaign group has been set up by a mother concerned about knife crime after a teenager was fatally stabbed.

Tavis Spencer-Aitkens, 17, died in hospital after he was attacked in Packard Avenue in Ipswich on 2 June.

Roxanne Chudleigh and her friends have distributed 6,500 leaflets on the Nacton estate to warn about the dangers of carrying knives.

  • 27 Jun 2018
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