More than a hundred and fifty people have taken part in a charity run in Lancashire, renamed in honour of a murdered father of two. Phillip Sherriff was killed after being bottled at a corporate work party in London last year.
The Scorton Bikes and Barrows 10k which was formed as part of the annual festival has been renamed the Sherriff 10k. Phil's widow Jane has since campaigned to ban glass bottles from late night pubs and clubs. All the money raised from today's run will go towards the Bottle Stop Campaign.
The family of a man from Lancashire who died after he was attacked with a bottle are making a fresh appeal to ban glass from pubs and clubs on the anniversary of his death.
Phillip Sherriff from Scorton near Garstang died after a night out in London. One year on, our reporter Mel Barham went to meet Phillip's widow Jane.
He appealed to people to remember Mr Sherriff and "walk away" if tensions build up at a bar.
Charles took a beer bottle from Mr Sherriff's hand and swung it behind him, where it broke, and then plunged it into Mr Sherriff's neck.
"It was a lethal weapon. He was a decent man," the judge added.
He said Charles had done something "which was truly out of character".
Andrew Hall QC, for Charles, said he acted "in a split second of madness".
Graphic designer Ashley Charles has been jailed for a minimum 14 years at the Old Bailey after being convicted of murdering telephone executive Phillip Sherriff after a Jessie J gig in London.
Ashley Charles has been found guilty of murdering Preston father of two Phillip Sherriff at a nightclub in London.
Mr Sherriff, 37, died after being slashed in the neck by a broken beer bottle.
He had been at the bar of the Pulse nightclub in central London when there was jostling by Charles.
Charles, a creative director, sat in the dock and watched CCTV footage of the attack. Mr Sherriff's widow wept a few feet away at the back of the court.
The trial was adjourned to tomorrow.