Friends gather to remember Clapham Common stabbing victim Gavin ‘Freddy’ Garraway

By Sheila Marshall

Family and friends of Gavin Garraway, who was stabbed to death in Clapham Common, will meet for a service of remembrance tomorrow, Saturday, at a centre in Lambeth.

Mr Garraway, 40, also known as ‘Freddy’ was the latest victim of knife crime incidents in London.

The devoted father-of three-was stabbed to death in a car near Clapham Common tube station on Friday 29 March.

Emergency services attended the 40-year-old but Mr Garraway later died at the scene.

A friend said: “A lot of people knew Gavin and will want to come to the service.”

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