A 27-foot-high Angel sculpture made from confiscated knives is in Liverpool at the Anglican Cathedral for a while. I was very lucky to see it today.
It's imposing, eerie and will now live at Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral over Christmas.
The Knife Angel was built by scupltor, Alfie Bradley, and is formed from over 100,000 knives turned over to 43 police stations around the UK during confiscations and amnesties.
It's purpose is to reinforce the #NoMoreKnives message and make people stop and think about the damage that can be caused by carrying a knife.
Rob Jackson is a Nurse Clinician at the Royal in Liverpool and has gone into schools to educate more than 90,000 young people about the dangers of knives. He has worked solidly to get the Knife Angel to Merseyside and says it has a powerful message.