The family of a man killed by a single punch on a night out are supporting a campaign to try and stop drunken violence. Sara Whitworth's 19 year old son died after he was hit during an evening out in June.
Students from Rochdale 6th form college have helped design a poster to raise awareness about the consequences of lashing out when you've been drinking. It's being launched on the night many people will be out celebrating the start of the Christmas holidays. Daniel Hewitt reports.
The mother of a victim killed after one fatal punch is supporting a Greater Manchester Police campaign to warn people of the dangers of getting involved in drunken fuelled violence. Sara Whitworth lost her 19-year old son, Wesley Clutterbuck on 30 June 2013 after he was killed by a single punch.
More than five months after his death she has joined GMP and Rochdale Sixth Form College to support the latest strand of the campaign in the run up to Christmas and the New Year.