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Georgia Williams family hope for lasting legacy

The family of the murdered Shropshire teenager Georgia Williams have spoken about their hopes of creating a lasting legacy in her memory, a year after her death.

Georgia was murdered by Jamie Reynolds, 23, who hanged her at his parents home in Shropshire.

A charitable trust set up in Georgia's name has raised £60,000.

BBC Midlands Today's Joanne Writtle has been talking to her parents.

  • 27 May 2014