In the Press


A mother’s worst nightmare… what happened when Ged and Peter McGinty arrived at hospital just before their son, Colin was sent down to theatre after being stabbed. Viewer discretion advised.

Sister of Colin, Laura Hughes, chats by his graveside on the 18th anniversary of his murder. Runners from the team gathered at the cemetery for an In Memory of Colin McGinty special team run.

We worked towards this day! What started out as 4 of us turned into 92 people joining our In Memory of Colin McGinty team for the Rock n Roll Half Marathon in Liverpool. May 2019.

Peter McGinty shares the story in his own words of what happened when he and wife Ged were called to hospital following the stabbing of their son, Colin. Viewer discretion advised.

We went International! The team had a great craic ahead of what would’ve been Colin’s 40th birthday in Dublin. We conquered the Rock n Roll half marathon in Dublin before celebrating with a Guinness or two.

Liverpool Echo Coverage

Ladies of Liverpool Podcast

Radio City Talk

Champion News

Granada Reports

Liverpool family distribute ‘stab packs’ as they continue their anti-knife crime campaign – March 2021

Sister of Man Stabbed to Death Takes Knife Crime Initiative Into Schools – March 2020

The Guide Liverpool


Parents “Let Down” Over Son’s Murder

Daily Mail

The Telegraph

The Guardian

The Independent

The Times

The Mirror

Formby News

Rock n Roll Marathon Series Coverage

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MP Bill Esterson Supports Our Campaign

Bill Esterson is fully supportive of our campaign; he is currently championing in parliament that KnifeSaver packs are essential and very much needed across local communities where we have either seen an incident or there is high amount of anti-social behaviour.

Below is the recent tweet and press release is attached covering more detail.

Click here for the press release.