Fanzines - voice of the ordinary supporter

We highlight Liverpool 'zine 'Through The Wind and Rain' - always a staunch supporter of the HJC and a voice that has kept alive and published articles on Hillsborough throuout the last 12 years. You can read all of their back issue articles about Hillsborough here

Contact Us - Contact TTWR

The Hillsborough Justice Campaign
134 Oakfield Road
L4 0UG
Tel / fax : 0151 2605262


Through the Wind and Rain
PO Box 23
L30 2SA


Through the Wind and Rain

Thanks to all at TTWAR for the permission to use their archives – the section is mostly concerned with Hillsborough related material

TTWAR was first published in 1989 and still continues 11 years later. This fanzine has always kept the issue of Hillsborough alive and this section simply uses the archives of TTWAR to build a picture of how the fans have reacted over the years. The Hillsborough Justice Campaign has simply gone over each and every issue and taken articles, letters and various accounts of Hillsborough and the ongoing struggle for Justice. We have made no attempts to edit or censor any of the literature and visitors to this section are reminded that football fanzines occasionally use strong language. The Hillsborough Justice Campaign would like to thank all at TTWAR and the longstanding Editor, Stephen Kelly for loaning us their archives. A special thanks to all those whose literature appears in this section.

Articles from Through the Wind and Rain about Hillsborough:

Issue 45
Issue 44
Issue 43
Issue 42
Issue 41
Issue 40
Issue 37
Issue 36
Issue 35
Issue 34
Issue 33
Issue 32
Issue 31
Issue 30
Issue 29
Issue 28
Issue 27
Issue 26 letters
Issue 26
Issue 24 more from issue 24
Issue 24 articles
Issue 22-4 Various letters
Issue 21
Issue 20
Issue 19
Issue 18
Issue 17 Outrage On Tap
Issue 16 Football Supporters Association
Issue 15 Tony Bland
Issue 14 Stickers
Issue 13 Tell Big Ed
Issue 12 Tell Big Ed - A pen 3 survivor
Issue 11 Bits
I Forgive

Issue 10 After Hillsborough
Football News

Issue 9 Safety first - Accidents will happen
Issue 8 Dead fans robbed by drunk thugs
Issue 6 It'll never go away Rememberance Day
Issue 5 F Off and Die
Class or Club?
Issue 4 Cowards
Issue 3 We're sure the fans understand
More than just a game
Kopites Write
Tell Bid Ed!
Issue 2 Tell Big Ed!
Issue 1 Dedication
Gary Riddel - A Tribute
Kopites are…….sitting?!
Droning On and On Hillsborough

HJC Details - Who we are & Why we're here

In this section you can read about some of the members of the HJC - mothers, fathers, brothers, survivors and supporters - their stories in their words and why they continue to struggle for Justice.

There are still very many people affected by Hillsborough . If you are a survivor, we can assist in identifying sources of help and provide a space to talk with people who went through the same experiences.

We still need help to continue the legal struggle, some survivors of the disaster may be able to assist as witnesses in up coming court cases. There are many other ways you can help us and we can help with school projects, research etc.

Anne Williams - When You Walk ...

Kevin Williams, who at the age of 15, died at Hillsborough football ground on 15th April 1989

One mother's struggle for for Justice and how she discovered the true circumstances of her son's death. Written by HJC member, Anne Williams, mother of Kevin, who at the age of 15 died at Hillsborough . You can buy the book through the HJC shop.

Quick Find - Contact Us

The Hillsborough Justice Campaign
134 Oakfield Road
L4 0UG
Tel / fax : 0151 2605262