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Adrian reaches out in memory of daughter who took her own life


VIDEO: ANTI-HATE campaigner Adrian Derbyshire was back in Golden Square, Warrington, with his outreach work in memory of his late daughter Julia.

Adrian, who was joined by volunteers, was promoting the work of his #SASSY  (Support Against Self-harm and Suicide in Youth), which is dedicated to her memory and his drive to try to ensure other young people don’t take their lives.

Julia took her own life aged just 16, in October 2015 after emotional and physical abuse in the community and online.

Despite his own health problems, including suffering Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy, a heart attack brought on by stress and known as “broken heart syndrome,” Adrian has continued his campaign work.


Heartbroken Adrian continues campaigning in Julia’s memory


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