Derby Community Gathers To Remember Stab Victim

22 February 2016, 15:15

Tom Webb Derby stab victim

Friends and family have gathered in Derby city centre this lunchtime to remember a 22 year-old man stabbed to death there last month.

Tom Webb from Alvaston died after being found stabbed on St Peter's Street in Derby city centre in January.

Today, the community gathered at the church metres away from where the attack happened to remember the young man.

Capital spoke to these people at the service who all shared memories of Tom.

Hundreds of people attended the funeral at St Peter's Church today with only standing space available.

A 16 year old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has denied murdering Tom at a hearing at Nottingham Crown Court.

A trial is expected in the summer.

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