This week marks two years since the attack on the Arena. The youngest victim was 8 year old Saffie Roussos.
Saffie-Rose Roussos was a beautiful, prankster says her mum Lisa. She's been speaking after the launch of a charity to help terror victims.
Mum of Saffie-Rose Roussos completes the Great Manchester Run after learning to walk again and Aaron Parmar finishes 22 10k races
A rose has been created to remember the youngest victim of the Manchester Arena terror attack.
Saffie Roussos from Leyland in Lancashire was just 8 years old when she was killed in the atrocity outside an Ariana Grande concert in May last year.
Her middle name was rose, and her family said they wanted to create something as beautiful as she was.
The Saffie rose was unveiled at the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park.
The father of Saffie Roussos received a standing ovation as he spoke of his ‘world class’ daughter at a charity event for bereaved families.
A family fundraiser has taken place in memory of two Lancashire girls who were killed in the Manchester terror attack.
8 years-old Saffies Roussos and 18 year-old Georgina Callander both died at the Ariana Grande concert two months ago.
Today the community of Leyland came together to show their support. Georgina's mum Lesley wore yellow- her daughters favourite colour.
Donations can be made to the We Love Manchester emergency fund.