Ramsbottom United player backs ‘Consequences’ campaign

Lancashire Telegraph: BATTERED Matthew Edgington in hospital after his attack while on a night out in Manchester

2:48pm Friday 11th May 2012

THE family of a semi-professional footballer left with a permanent brain injury after being attacked outside a nightclub have backed a Lancashire Telegraph

Father of Adam Rogers meets son’s teenage killer in prison

Lancashire Telegraph: EMOTIONAL VISIT Billy Upton who was jailed for Adam's death

10:29am Thursday 20th October 2011

ADAM Rogers’s father and his teenage killer have come face to face in an ‘emotional’ prison meeting.

Adam Rogers' former girlfriend speaks of 'huge gap in her life'

Lancashire Telegraph: FRIENDS FOREVER Emma with Adam on his 24th birthday

12:32pm Tuesday 5th July 2011

TODAY is the second anniversary of the death of 24-year-old Adam Rogers, who was killed by a single punch in Blackburn. His former girlfriend Emma Armstrong, from Ulverston, talks publicly for the first time.

Blackburn team dedicate success to memory of Adam Rogers

Lancashire Telegraph: POIGNANT St Mary’s College Old Boys dedicated win to former team-mate Adam Rogers

11:16am Tuesday 10th May 2011

ST Mary’s College Old Boys dedicated their cup final success to former team-mate Adam Rogers - and they did him proud.

Bereaved East Lancs parents meet family given new life by transplant

Lancashire Telegraph: HAPPY TIME Dave and Pat Rogers meet Mark and Caroline Smith and their baby daughter Emily.

9:00am Wednesday 27th April 2011

THE parents of a Blackburn man killed in a town centre attack have met a family given new life by their son’s organs.

Blackburn attack victim: Single punch has messed up my life

Lancashire Telegraph: THINK FIRST: Timothy Eastham in the aftermath of the attack which saw him floored by a single punch. He is still facing treatment for the injuries shown, which included a broken jaw and eye socket

11:00am Monday 25th October 2010

THE victim of a single punch attack still suffering from his injuries a year on has urged young people to think twice before lashing out.

Clitheroe man left with partial sight after Accrington glassing attack

Lancashire Telegraph: EYEBALL PIERCED: Mark Steer

9:10am Tuesday 12th October 2010

A 22-year-old man has been left partially blinded after a pint glass was smashed in his face in a vicious attack.

Former Blackburn gang member warns of consequences

Lancashire Telegraph: REFORMED MAN: John Magee who used to be involved with gangs

5:20pm Monday 30th August 2010

A FORMER gang member has returned to the estate where he grew up to help steer teenagers away from a life of crime.

Hyndburn coma man dies after Blackburn attack

Lancashire Telegraph: SCENE: Queen Victoria Street, Mill Hill

8:30am Friday 30th July 2010

A MAN who was left in a coma following a single punch street attack died yesterday.

Sister of Blackburn violence victim calls for tougher sentences

Lancashire Telegraph: speaking out: Maggie Garth, sister of Shaun Baxendale who suffered catastrophic injuries

4:02pm Wednesday 30th June 2010

LAST month the Lancashire Telegraph launched the Consequences campaign to raise awareness of the devastating effects of spontaneous violence. We spoke to the sister of a victim and discovered how the attack changed her brother’s life.

Could 'law and order' pubs charges curb East Lancs violence?

Lancashire Telegraph: Could 'law and order' pubs charges curb East Lancs violence?

4:20pm Wednesday 23rd June 2010

COULD town centres be made safer if late-night bars and pubs were hit with a ‘law and order charge’ to cover the cost of policing?

Murdered Blackburn man's parents back organ donor campaign

Lancashire Telegraph: COURAGEOUS STAND: Pat and Dave Rogers are determined to educate the young

6:20pm Thursday 17th June 2010

THE parents of Adam Rogers are calling on people to join the Organ Donor Register because it gives people ‘the chance of a new life’.

Blackburn venues support anti-violence campaign

Lancashire Telegraph: TRAGIC NIGHT: The Knowles Arms

8:00pm Thursday 27th May 2010

WHEN 16-year-old William Upton struck the booze-fuelled fatal blow which led to Adam Rogers’ death, he had spent the evening drinking.

Education drive in memory of Adam Rogers

Lancashire Telegraph: COURAGEOUS STAND: Pat and Dave Rogers are determined to educate the young

10:10am Saturday 22nd May 2010

THE parents of Adam Rogers today unveiled an education programme for students in a bid to stop others becoming victims of spontaneous violence.

Officers in East Lancs spread anti-violence drive’s message

Lancashire Telegraph: SAFETY MEASURE: The launch of a new plastic ‘glass’ campaign at Level One night club, Warner Street, Accrington. From left, licensee Leon Kelly; Sgt Martin Knight; club owner Alison Frost; landlord Tony Dobson and holding the beaker is Accrington poli

3:14pm Friday 21st May 2010

POLICE have pledged to carry out special operations in the name of the Lancashire Telegraph's ‘Consequences’ campaign.

Keeping a lid on East Lancashire town centre troublemakers

Lancashire Telegraph: CRACKING DOWN: A man is handcuffed as an officer waits for back-up to take him away

3:48pm Thursday 20th May 2010

For the Consequences campaign, the Lancashire Telegraph spent a weekend in Burnley and Blackburn town centres to see if falling figures for violent crime translates to the public feeling safe.

Single blow robbed Blackburn man of his future

Lancashire Telegraph: Single blow robbed Blackburn landlord of his future

7:10pm Wednesday 19th May 2010

IN May 2005, Blackburn landlord James Foley was looking forward to marrying his childhood sweetheart Katy Grimshaw.

Family of Darwen dad killed by single punch backs campaign

Lancashire Telegraph: RELEASE: Terence Gaskin

4:27pm Wednesday 19th May 2010

IN August this year, teenage killer Terence Gaskin will be released from prison on licence.

Every Action Has Consequences campaign launched

Lancashire Telegraph: Every Action Has Consquences campaign launched

9:13am Tuesday 18th May 2010

TODAY the Lancashire Telegraph launches a major anti-violence campaign in memory of Adam Rogers.

Why we've launched anti-violence campaign - Adam Rogers' parents

Lancashire Telegraph: DIGNITY: Dave and Pat Rogers, Adam’s parents, who are determined to raise awareness to stop incidents of spontaneous violence

10:26am Tuesday 18th May 2010

ADAM Rogers’ parents pay tribute to their beloved son, and explain why they have decided to campaign in his memory.

We're backing the Every Action Has Consequences campaign

Lancashire Telegraph: MUCH-LOVED: Single-punch killing victim Adam Rogers

9:17am Tuesday 18th May 2010

SIX prominent East Lancastrians explain why they're backing the Every Action Has Consequences campaign. Tell us your views.


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