Hollie Gazzard charity walk to remember stabbed hairdresser

Hollie Gazzard charity walk
Image caption Walkers wore T-shirts with Hollie's image across the front

Hundreds of people took part in a charity walk in memory of hairdresser Hollie Gazzard, who was fatally stabbed in a Gloucester salon.

The 20-year-old was attacked while working at Fringe Benefits in the city centre on 18 February.

Her family set up the Hollie Gazzard Foundation to sponsor a young hairdresser in the city each year.

Asher Thomas Maslin, 22, of Gloucester Road, Cheltenham, has been charged with Miss Gazzard's murder.

A trial is likely to take place in October at Gloucester Crown Court.

Hollie's father, Nick Gazzard, said he was "bowled over" by the amount of people who joined the walk.

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Image caption Hollie Gazzard was fatally stabbed at a Gloucester hair salon in February

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