A Just Giving page has been set up after a mother and her three children were stabbed at a house in Enfield.

The mum, who is in her 30s, and her three girls, all under 12, were found suffering from serious stab injuries after police were called to Livingstone Road on Saturday, July 6.

One girl, aged 11, was left in a critical condition after the incident. But following intensive treatment, the family were all discharged from hospital.

Liban Malhamoub, 44, of Clarence Road, Enfield, was charged four counts of attempted murder and one count of threatening a person with a blade/sharply pointed article in a public place.

A target of £700 has been made for the family, to help them pay for “necessities” after becoming victims of a stabbing.

The page, set up by a family friend, reads: “Although the physical recovery seems to have made a good start, emotionally there has been a high price to pay and long term counselling will be needed for all children as well as mum.

“Unfortunately there has also been a massive financial and practical effect for all family members.

“Although the police and Enfield social workers have been a great support and the family have been placed in temporary accommodation.

“As it will not be possible for them to return to their home because of psychological reasons, there has been a massive knock on effect.”

The fundraiser aims for money to be put towards permanent housing for the family as well as essentials such as clothes, bedding and towels.

So far £460 has been raised.

To donate to the page,

click here.