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Rob Smith speaks to the residents of Shaw whose lives were changed forever when an explosion ripped their homes apart.
To find out more about Michelle and Kenny Heaton's work in memory of their son, head to www.jamiessomethingspecial.co.uk.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) have released a statement on the sentencing of Andrew Partington for causing a gas explosion which killed a two-year-boy.
The CPS said:
The parents of Jamie Heaton, killed in the gas blast near his home in Shaw, speak to Granada Reports.
To find out more about their charity work n their son's memory, head to www.jamiessomethingspecial.co.uk.
Andrew Partington, who killed toddler Jamie Heaton in the Shaw gas blast sentenced to 10 years in prison with a further five on licence.
The judge has adjourned proceedings in the sentencing of Andrew Partington until 1200.
Partington will then be sentenced for manslaughter and multiple counts of criminal damage.
Our correspondent Rob Smith has been following the case, for the latest updates follow Rob on Twitter.
Latest ITV News reports
The first police officer at the scene of the Shaw gas blast has spoken of "absolute devastation" that greeted him.
A man who killed a two-year-old in a gas explosion in Shaw, text his girlfriend to tell her he would blow their house up.