Weʼve raised £2,650 to help raise money for my nephews unborn baby who is due on July 1st and his partner after he sadly died on 5th June in a motorcycle accident
- Funded on Sunday, 3rd November 2019
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My nephew James O'Grady was knocked off his scooter by a 4x4 late Monday night 3/6 and sadly died from his injuries in the early hours of Wednesday 5/6, he leaves behind a loving family, many friends and more importantly a partner and unborn son who is due early July, as you can understand everyone is devastated and shocked by this sad news, although money won't bring him back or ease the pain we feel it will however help out his partner Emma and towards the raising of their son in the early stages of his life, any donations would be greatly appreciated, thanks
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With sincere thoughts for you all at this difficult time. Jim & Jayne
Jun 10, 2019
James was such a polite & care free kid, he grew up next door to me; I loved chatting to him. I'm devastated to learn of such tragic news. RIP young angel, Lisa xx
Jun 9, 2019
Thinking of you me an my partner an Emma we will continue to support Emma an the baby I hope you raise plenty love Jo an Gordon xx
Jun 9, 2019
In memory of James - such a young life taken too soon. In my thoughts pet.
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James was my nephew but was more like a little brother to me, the whole family is devastated by this tragedy, he will never get to meet his little boy and his little boy will never get to meet his real dad