A provisional trial date for three men charged in connection with a shooting outside a church in Euston earlier this year has been set.

Police were called to the alleged drive-by shooting at St Aloysius Church in Phoenix Road on January 14.

Four women aged 48, 54, 41, 21 and two girls, aged 11 and seven, were taken to hospital. Their injuries were not life-threatening.

Alrico Nelson Martin, 19, from Kilburn was subsequently charged with six counts of wounding with intent, alongside Tyrell La Croix, 22, from Camden and Jordan Walters, 23, from Brent.

A plea hearing for Martin was originally set for April 12, but was adjourned after the defendant asked to change his legal representation.

He is now due to appear at Harrow Crown Court on June 8 for a plea hearing alongside La Croix and Walters.

A provisional trial date has been set for September 11.