The parents of a little boy shot dead in a school massacre in America six months ago have returned to the UK for the first time since the tragedy.
Ian and Nicole Hockley, who met at the University of East Anglia in Norwich and have relatives in Cambridgeshire, were at a special charity day in Hampshire in memory of their son Dylan.
The six year old was one of 25 children and teachers killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. His parents spoke to ITV's Kerry Swain about their loss and their campaign to make the world a safer place.
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