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On April 15th, 1989, 24,000 Liverpool fans travelled to Sheffield to watch their team play in the  semi-final of the FA Cup at the Hillsborough stadium. 96 of those fans never returned.

Kevin Daniel Williams was just 15 when he died in Sheffield that day, and his mother, Anne Williams, is still fighting for truth & justice for her son over two decades.

Hope For Hillsborough was set up to collect funds for our legal fees, our charity name and number is “For Justice” 1131537 -please support our fight, donate or buy our 96 t-shirt or a keyring, HFH have the evidence to get into open court.
All cheques and postal orders are to be made payable to:
For Justice and sent to Anne Williams 7, Briarswood Court, Trafford St Chester CH1 3HD. or donate using PayPal red4ever@blueyonder.co.uk
Post office box coming shortly. JUSTICE for All.

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During her years of campaigning Anne Williams wrote the book “When you walk through the storm”  firstly to help get the truth out and to also help in raising much needed funds for ongoing legal fees.
As well as fun charity nights and sponsored activities organised by members, we also sell justice candles and keyrings and our own Hillsborough Justice T-shirt all bearing our own “96″ banner logo. [banner/logo; with thanks to all at Scouser Tommy]

HFH For Justice t-shirts £10.00 plus p&p Sizes Small through to XXXLarge 

“When you walk through the storm” by Anne Williams £9.99 plus p&p

HFH For Justice Candles £7.00 plus p&p     

HFH For Justice Key-rings £2.50 plus p&p

 

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