The mother of James Bulger has been named as the editor of a new child protection magazine.
Denise Fergus, 46, is preparing to launch the quarterly publication 'Simply Child Safe' as she marks the 21st anniversary of the murdered toddler’s death.
Each issue will be full of useful advice and articles on child safety, with the first print edition available in April.
James was just two years old when he was abducted and killed by Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, both 10, on February 12, 1993, in a crime that shook the nation.
In addition to the magazine, Denise focuses on charity work for the James Bulger Memorial Trust, which she founded in 2011.
The charity operates under the name ‘For James’ and provides holidays for bereaved children, young victims of crime and those who have done good deeds.