A Fond Farewell to the Knife Angel


Knife Angel

The Knife Angel sculpture left Cathedral Quarter last week with more than 125,000 people visiting the exhibit since the beginning of October.

Rachel Morris, Diocesan Secretary and Cathedral Chapter Steward said: “We have been delighted with the success of the Knife Angel in achieving our goal to raise public awareness through engagement and education.”

The National Monument Against Violence and Aggression has been touring the country and has now moved onto Chester Cathedral.

The Angel’s visit has raised awareness of knife crime, the impact on victims and also highlighted the work that is being undertaken in Derbyshire to influence people not to carry knives.



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