Campaigns - boycott to minute's silence
Since forming, as a proactive collection of Hillsborough families, survivors and supporters in Feb 1998, the Campaign has struggled to bring Hillsborough and the continued lack of justice back into the public domain on many occassions.
Many people are aware that all clubs now observe a minutes silence on 15th April following the group's letter campaign. In this section you can read on this and other successes the group has acheived, as well as ongoing activites.
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Quick Find - Contact Us
The Hillsborough Justice Campaign
PO Box 1089
178 Walton Breck Road
Tel / fax : 0151 2605262
Articles written about the campaign and related issues
The following articles have been written by various members of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign and supporters. Some have appeared in print, others have been submitted specifically for this website and others simply sent to express feelings of support.
Justice My Arse - article written in response to the death of Campaign member, Hillsborough Pen 3 survivor, husband, father and grandfather Alf Langley RIP - on the same day a South Yorks policeman was awarded £330,000 over Hillsborough related ptsd.
I'm Not Bitter - article written by a survivor after telephone offer from Liverpool Football Club of a platinum mastercard credit card.
Why We Walk On - (or why have a Justice Campaign) by Peter Carney
Liverpool V Leicester 2003 - written by a visitor to the new shop
15 years - a survivor's reflection