The iconic 27-feet-tall statue will be visiting Northampton as part of its nationwide tour to highlight the issue of knife crime in the UK, with a series of events will be taking place in and around it’s arrival. The Knife Angel will be on display at the All Saints’ Church plaza in Northampton town centre for two weeks from Friday, 29 April to Friday 13 May. First unveiled in 2017, it travels around the country in a bid to help reduce violent crime. The Knife Angel has been brought to the town by West Northants Council (WNC), C2C Social Action and the Office of Northamptonshire Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner (OFPCC). The Northampton Town Community Trust is a partner working with these organisations to help raise awareness about this issue.

Quniton Green (Mc Bubblee) and Sarah Falconer work with young people in the community to help to inform, educate, have debated discussions to reduce violent crime.They’ve been speaking with Mark Dean.

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