Families of victims of knife crime march through town to demand justice

Friends and families of young people who have been killed by knife crime have marched through Stourbridge to demand justice for those affected.

The march was led by the family of 24-year-old Ryan Passey who died after being stabbed in Chicago's nightclub in Stourbridge in August 2017.

Families from around the UK who took part in the community day left flowers outside the club where he died before marching through the town.

The day that was organised in association with the charity 'Opening Boundaries' also aimed to raise awareness of knife crime and the impact that it has.