The Knife Angel sculpture is now in Leeds. The Knife Angel is 27ft tall, made from over 100,000 seized blades and includes messages from families of victims of knife crime.
The sculpture was created by the British Ironwork Centre to highlight the negative effects of violent behaviour and the need for change. Not only does the Angel act as a catalyst for turning the tide on violent and aggressive behaviour, but it is also acts as a beautiful memorial designed to celebrate those lives who have been lost through these violent and thoughtless actions.
Standing outside the Royal Armouries Museum, the Knife Angel is a part of an intensification month on knife crime which runs throughout February.
FREE online professionals 2 hour training session delivered by Crimestoppers / Fearless.
Thursday 8th Feb 9.30-11.30am You don’t need to book – just join online.
The session will cover: An introduction to Crimestoppers; What is Fearless?; Anonymity; Reporting; Snitching & the bystander approach; How you can help.
Parent support sessions – to support parents and carers with how to have important conversations with young people about the risks and laws around knife crime.
- East – Tuesday 6th February, 6pm – 8pm, ARK Hovingham.
- South – Wednesday 7th February 6pm – 8pm Hunslet Club
No need to book – please support parents and carers to just turn up.
For further information on the Knife Angel see the British Iron Work Centre website.