Wristbands sold for charity in memory of TJ

Wristbands sold for charity in memory of TJ

Wristbands sold for charity in memory of TJ

First published in News

HUNDREDS of wristbands dedicated to the memory of a boy who died after being hit by a train are being sold for charity.

Sixteen-year-old TJ Sibley, from Cuckfield, died following the incident at Wivelsfield station on July 31.

His friend Jenny Kerr, from Burgess Hill, bought the wristbands to raise money for the charity Beat Bullying.

The wristbands are available from Real Piercing Jewellery Shop in Burgess Hill.

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