Parents of Elle Edwards: meet her father Tim Edwards and her mother Gaynor

There are a lot of people looking for Elle Edwards right now. She is the victim of a mass shooting that happened on Christmas Eve last year. Such cases show that they leave many serious impacts on the lives of the families of the victims, even after many years the pain of losing your loved ones can never heal. Something similar happens with Elle Edwards’ father who is still mourning their daughter’s death. She was murdered on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2022, in the mass shooting that took place at the Wallasey bar.

Elle Edwards' parents

Who are Elle Edwards’ parents?

This day was supposed to be a day of remembrance, but it turned out to be the most devastating day for the Edwards family. She was a beautician by profession and was shot in the head at the Lighthouse bar in Wallasey Village. She left home to celebrate Christmas even with her friends but her family never thought she would not be able to see her again. The police authorities have filed the file and opened the investigation into the murder of the 26-year-old deceased. During the investigation, the police authorities took 3 individuals into custody for the deadly shooting which took place in a Merseyside pub.

Elle Edwards' parents

On the other side, Edwards’ devastated father is taking part in the movement or we can say the marching challenge by supporting a project called “Weapons Down, Gloves Up”. The main reason for this challenge is to protect against weapons that have caused the death of many people. Apart from this, people are also seeking to know the details of the victim’s family. Elle Edwards, victim of The Wallasey Pub Shooting, was the daughter of Gaynor Edwards and Tim Edwards. She also has a sister named Lucy.

Elle Edwards' parents

The tragic death of Elle Edwards and the Wallasey pub shooting has attracted media attention. Recently, the victim’s sad father is still distraught over her death and says things ‘had to change’ as he campaigned against knife and gun crime. In an effort to make a difference, the victim’s father participates in the walking challenge to raise money for the Guns to get down and the Gloves up initiative. Actor John May acknowledges several crimes committed with a knife and a gun in Liverpool: most individuals involved in such crimes are financially inactive. The actor described that many young people join gangs out of loyalty. The main objective of this walking challenge is to help young people from becoming gang members.

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