The grandmother of a teen who was stabbed to death outside an Essex pub has raised more than £8,000 for emergency bleed kits and defibrillators for the local community.
Liam Taylor, 19, was killed in Writtle, near Chelmsford, in January 2020.
Three men are serving life sentences for his murder.
Since his death his grandmother Julie Taylor has campaigned against knife crime.
CCTV captured the moment Liam and his friend were attacked outside the Rose and Crown Pub in Writtle.
Liam was stabbed multiple times and died within less than a minute. His friend was stabbed in the leg and survived.
Speaking in 2021, Julie told ITV News Anglia that she lives her life in tribute to her grandson, fundraising for defibrillators which can restart hearts and bleed kits which can help stem blood flow until paramedics arrive.
The latest boxed unit has just been installed outside a pub in Chelmsford.
"They are life-saving equipment," she said. "They can help anyone that is stabbed, and it's been proved.
"I've been with parents of children that have been stabbed and someone's had a bag and that's helped them or that's made them survive or that's kept them a little bit longer alive, so the parents could say goodbye."