Gallery: Family mark first anniversary of stab victim
FAMILY and friends of a 20-year-old man fatally stabbed in Stevenage have marked the first anniversary of his death. Christopher Faulkner, of Brook Drive in Stevenage, was stabbed in the heart at King George V Playing Fields at 7pm on April 21 last year.
FAMILY and friends of a 20-year-old man fatally stabbed in Stevenage have marked the first anniversary of his death.
Christopher Faulkner, of Brook Drive in Stevenage, was stabbed in the heart at King George V Playing Fields at 7pm on April 21 last year.
He was taken to Lister Hospital where he died of a single stab wound.
This week family and friends laid flowers, along with personal messages, at the murder scene.
One message read: "Chris Faulkner - Always in my thoughts. Can't believe it's been a year. None of us will ever 4get your smiling face. Keep the sun shining."
Another read: "Chris, can't believe a year has passed so quickly! We are always thinking of you and you will stay in our hearts forever! Keep smiling down on us."
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One simply said: "Thinking of you Christopher. Grandmas don't forget."
Kyle Quinlan-Currie, of Longcroft Road in Stevenage, was convicted of the manslaughter on Christopher in November. He was 15 at the time of the offence and jailed for eight years.