The parents of murdered teenager Jimmy Mizen have appealed for communities to support young people in order to quell the surge in violent crime
Jimmy Mizen, 16, bled to death in a bakery after an unprovoked attack – and his parents say they have forgiven their son’s killer
Senior political figures will join the family of murdered schoolboy Jimmy Mizen for a memorial to mark 10 years since his death
Erith Town Football Club is hosting a charity match today (April 28) in a bid to raise £750 for a youth charity
Millwall welcome Fulham to a sold-out Den in the Sky Bet Championship this Friday night (kick-off 7.45pm) – and the visit of The Whites will see the club host the annual ‘Jimmy’s Day’, in memory of Jimmy Mizen
Millwall boss Neil Harris has paid tribute to Jimmy Mizen ahead of ‘Jimmy’s Day’ this Friday
Millwall will use their upcoming league game against Fulham to raise awareness for the For Jimmy organisation, which aims to tackle street violence and foster community spirit in London
‘It’s an epidemic’: Parents of murdered schoolboy Jimmy Mizen fear about the upsurge in violence in London as the toll of victims this year reached 50
Barry and Margaret Mizen tell how they are turning their ten years of pain into a nationwide project, Safe Haven For Jimmy, to help beat knife crime once and for all
Barry Mizen, whose son was killed in 2008, claims capital’s death toll will continue to rise after February murders in London top those of New York
Sidcup based local accountancy firm McBrides chooses For Jimmy as their Charity of the Year.
The father of a murdered Catholic schoolboy has urged society to make greater efforts to build better community cohesion in an attempt to reduce violent crimes.