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Friends of Stockholm terror attack victim create charity in his memory

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A couple from Oxfordshire have helped set up a charity in honour of their friend who was killed in a terror attack in Stockholm.

Chris Bevington died after a stolen truck was driven into a crowd of people in the Swedish city two years ago.

Sian and Matt Felwick have now set up a foundation that focuses on Chris's love of music.

  • WATCH: Matt Felwick describes moment he received the call about Chris

Chris was one of five people killed in the attack in 2017, leaving behind his wife and two children.

People paying tribute in Stockholm to those killed in the attack, 2017

The aim of The Chris Bevington Foundation is to provide opportunities for vulnerable children.

A launch event will take place in Reading next month with live music and family entertainment.

The foundation will support three music charities, two of which are based in Brighton.

He had a really cheeky smile and a wicked chuckle. He always had a really kind word to say about everyone. I think he'd be impressed by what we've achieved and he would really be fully behind the charities that we'll be supporting."

– Sian Felwick