A community will march through Enfield and Tottenham to raise awareness of knife and gun crime.

Young Soldierz, a charity involving a group of young people from Enfield, will take part in an annual march later this month and it will start at Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium.

The community initiative is aimed at "wiping away youth violence in London" and the group is encouraging people to join them on Saturday June 29.

Tottenham Independent:

The day is arranged into two parts; the community peace march and the educational workshops. Collective speeches from MPs, and anti-violence organisations and religious groups will take place at Speaker's Corner close to Edmonton Green Train Station.

The marchers will then be escorted through both boroughs by our police officers, community support officers, cadets and scouts.

Tottenham Independent:

A photo from one of the workshops

The S.A.V.E (Standing Against Violence Everywhere) is now in its seventh year.

The street march will start at 12.30pm outside Tottenham Hotspur Football Stadium, High Road, N17, on June 29.