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Bradley Lowery invites his loved ones ‘to say goodbye’

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Jermaine Defoe had paid an emotional visit to his best mate Bradley Lowery who wanted a party to say his goodbyes. 
Little smiler six-year-old Bradley Lowery organised a get together for his cousins, girlsfreind and poppy his girlfriend. 

During the party his favourite footballer drop by to say hello and share a few hugs. 

His family shared the pictures of the party on Bradley’s Facebook page.

They said they believe it is his way of saying goodbye to everyone he loves.

The post read: “Update on Brad is… He is very weak and finding breathing difficult but he is fighting it.

“He insisted on having a party and he invited his cousins and girlfriend Poppy yesterday.

“They all laid on the bed having cuddles, I think it was his way of saying his goodbyes.”

“His best friend Jermain came to visit and it was so heart-warming seeing how Bradley reacted.

Bradley has a rare childhood cancer be neuroblastoma and is in the final stages of the terminal illness.

His family say he is fighting it in his own way, and that they are doing the best to enjoy every moment they have left with him to make him as comfortable and as happy as possible.

Yesterday his mum Gemma told how the brave youngster was “very weak” but “still fighting on in true Bradley style.”

It was recently revealed that several fake Facebook pages have been set up in a bid to gain social media likes on Facebook in Bradley’s name with some linked to fake Just Giving pages 

Our thoughts are with Bradley’s family and friends. 

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Woman found stabbed to death in back garden in Greenwich

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Police arrest man after the body of a woman was found in the back garden of her home in Greenwich.

She suffered stab wounds, cops were called to an ongoing incident at 11.30am on Saturday.

Upon arrival cops found the body of a woman in the back garden in Tunnel Avenue.

The woman, believed to be in her 50s, was pronounced dead at the scene.

She appeared to have suffered stab wounds.

Police believe they know who she is, and are informing her next of kin.

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Urgent Child Safety Alert: Trinity Marsh aged 12 not seen since Thursday

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Police are concerned for a missing teenager from Hove.

Trinity Marsh left her home in Hove on Thursday evening (June 21) and has not returned.

Trinity is 12 and it is believed she is still in the Brighton, Hove or Shoreham area.

She is white, 5′ 3″ with very long brown hair and was last seen wearing her Shoreham Academy uniform; a blue blouse, blue stripey tie, blue tartan skirt, navy blazer and black trainers.

Anyone who has seen her or knows where she is, please contact police online quoting serial 1298 of 21/06.

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Missing People are also on hand to provide support for anyone who has been recently returned home having been missing.

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Hartlepool Parents urged to be vigilant after attempted child snatch

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Parents warned to be on their guard after a number of attempted child abductions reported to police in Hartlepool.

One girl was aged just 9 when she was followed on her way to school.

Parents are being urged to be vigilant after police received reports of an attempted child abduction in Hartlepool.

The latest incident happened on Davison Drive near West View Primary School.

As the girl aged 9 walked the short distance to school she noticed a van in the corner of her eye slowly crawling behind her.

Upon seeing the van she instantly panicked and began running to school, the van then speed up to catch her.

She suddenly stopped to fasten her lace and the van stopped next to her. The girl turned back in the direction she came from and headed back to Warren Road.

The van sung round and followed her all the way back to the Traffic lights were the van made off in an unknown direction.

The description of the male is not know as the girl only focused on the van and feared for her life as she ran home in tears.

West View Primary School in Hartlepool messages all parents and sent a letter home warning children to either be picked up by parents or walk in groups of two.

There have also been a number of reported similar incidents in the West View area.

No arrests have been made and investigations are ongoing.

If you spot anyone acting suspicious please alert the police immediately by calling 999

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