Model trains boost Scott and Dean fund

A FAMILY moved by the tragic deaths of Dean Bloomfield and Scott Towler is to hold a special fundraising event in aid of the teenagers.Colin De'ath decided that the annual charity event at his home in Trimley St Mary, should this year contribute to the Dean and Scott Appeal.

A FAMILY moved by the tragic deaths of Dean Bloomfield and Scott Towler is to hold a special fundraising event in aid of the teenagers.

Colin De'ath decided that the annual charity event at his home in Trimley St Mary, should this year contribute to the Dean and Scott Appeal.

The appeal was set up by the Evening Star after the two 15-year-olds were killed when they were hit by a car in May and has so far raised over £5,200.

Mr De'ath hopes to raise somewhere in the region of £300 by displaying model vehicles and train sets in his garden and, judging by previous years' events, the day should be a success, he said: "The annual event is usually really popular and I'm really looking forward to it.


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"We choose a charity every year and all are worthy causes but this year we chose the Dean and Scott Appeal because we felt it was a good cause and would attract a lot of support."

The two-day event will include the display of a model railway which will run from Mr De'ath's garage through to his garden.

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Mr De'ath's three-year-old grandson, Adam Scoggins, will be showing off his Thomas the Tank Engine models with the help of his dad, while Jason Thorne

will be showing hundreds of model emergency vehicles.

Refreshments will be available and there will also be a raffle, those wishing to attend on either of the days should park at Trimley Primary School where signs to Mr De'ath's house will be posted.

n.The fundraising event will be held on Saturday, September 6 and Sunday, September 7 between 11am and 4pm and will raise money for the Dean and Scott Appeal as well as UK diabetes, with the money split between the two.

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