The family of the victims of the New Year's Day Shootings in County Durham say they need help from everyone in the region as the first anniversary of their deaths approaches.
On January 1st this year, taxi driver Michael Atherton shot dead his ex-partner Susan McGoldrick, her sister Alison Turnbull as well as Alison's daughter Tanya. He then turned the gun on himself.
Alison's son Bobby Turnbull was out with his friends when he heard three members of his family had been killed.
He told ITV News:
Alison and Susan's sister Mavis Foster says the next few weeks will be a difficult time for the family.
They now say they need help from everyone this Christmas so they can change the gun laws.
They've started a petition to stop people getting a gun licence if they've been in trouble with the police.
You can sign the petition here.