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PUBLISHED: 10:42 30 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:38 25 August 2010

THE mother of a teenager stabbed nine years ago has started a support group for mothers of stabbing victims.

THE mother of a teenager stabbed nine years ago has started a support group for mothers of stabbing victims.

Lynne Booker, 53, of Plumstead Common, will run counselling sessions at Bexleyheath Central Library, every Tuesday and Friday from 1pm to 3pm.

Her son Terry, 19, was stabbed to death in Plumstead in 2000, just a year after he survived a horrific motorcycle accident.

Mrs Booker runs a 24-hour phone line for bereaved mothers on 07768 373 420. For information:www.terrybookerfoundation.org


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