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Concert to be held in memory of Tunisia attack victim

Joel Richards Credit: ITV News

A concert will be held in Wednesbury later in memory of Joel Richards, who was killed in the Tunisia terror attack in June.

He died alongside his uncle, Adrian Evans, and grandfather, Patrick Evans, when a gunman opened fire in the resort of Sousse.

The 21-year-old football referee was a student at the University of Worcester.

Proceeds of the event, held at Wednesbury town hall, will go to a brain tumour society.

Further tributes at Walsall FC for fans killed in Tunisia attack

Walsall FC fans are continuing to leave tributes outside the club to three Walsall supporters killed in the Tunisian beach resort attack.

Fans have been leaving scarves at Walsall FC Credit: ITV Central
Fans have been leaving messages of condolence at Walsall FC Credit: ITV Central
Fans have been leaving messages of condolence at Walsall FC Credit: ITV Central
Fans have been leaving tributes at Walsall FC Credit: ITV Central

19-year-old Joel Richards from Wednesbury was killed in the attack, along with his grandfather Patrick Evans and his uncle Adrian Evans. All three men were supporters of Walsall FC.

Wednesbury grandfather, 78, feared dead in Tunisia

A 78-year-old grandfather from Wednesday is feared to have died in Friday's terrorist attack in Tunisia.

Patrick Evans was on holiday with relatives.

Adrian Evans and Joel Richards died in Friday's terrorist attack Credit: ITV News

His grandson, 19-year-old University of Worcester student Joel Richards, has been named as one of the British victims to have been killed.

Joel's uncle, Sandwell Council worker Adrian Evans, also died.

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