The families of two police officers shot dead in Greater Manchester came together to pay tribute to them at the opening of a garden in their memory.
PCs Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes were answering what they thought was routine 999 call when they were murdered in September.
People from the Hyde community helped build the garden. Fiona's father said he hoped his daughter had not died in vain. Rachel Townsend reports.
A memorial garden opened today to permanently remember the lives of fallen officers, PCs Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes.
A garden in memory of two police officers who were killed while on duty will be opened today.