THE NATIONAL MONUMENT AGAINST VIOLENCE AND AGGRESSION
Throughout November 2021 The Knife Angel, created by Alfie Bradley in collaboration with the British Ironwork Centre, visited Lancashire where it was on display outside Blackburn Cathedral. The giant 27ft sculpture, made of over 100,000 seized and surrendered knives, was built to inspire change. Acting as a catalyst for dialogue, education, and reflection, the Knife Angel highlights the negative impact this type of violent crime can have on individuals, families and communities and the critical need for society to change.
On these pages you can find out more about the Knife Angel and how individuals, groups, and communities engaged with it during its stay.
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You can read more about the Knife Angel on the British Ironwork Centre website by clicking below