Knife victim's family open Nottingham support centre
The family of a Nottingham teenager who was murdered in a knife attack in 2007 have opened a support centre for people affected by traumatic deaths.
Jason Spencer was 17 when he died after an argument over a ripped jacket. He was stabbed near his home in Sherwood.
His family won a £6,000 award from Nat West Bank Community Force just before Christmas to help fund the centre in Nottingham.
BBC Radio Nottingham's Andy Whittaker spoke to Jason's stepfather John Greensmith.
03 Jan 2012
- From the section Nottingham