Full interview: ‘There’s still a lot of raw grief a year on from Manchester attack’
15-year-old Olivia Campbell-Hardy was one of the 22 people who were killed in the 2017 Manchester Arena terror attack.
On the first anniversary of the attack, her grandfather Steve Goodman says “there’s still a lot of raw grief” and that the family are “taking small steps”.
He has since helped start a charity in her honour called ‘Liv’s Trust’, which aims to inspire and support those involved in music, drama and dance.
Steve says when he’s not thinking about the charity then his “head is all over the place”.
Film by BBC Radio 5 live Drive.