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Vigil to remember murdered schoolgirl Rosie May

Rosie May Storrie (10), of Bottesford, was murdered in 2003. The Rosie May Memorial Fund was founded in January 2004 in response to overwhelming public donations following her murder

Rosie May Storrie (10), of Bottesford, was murdered in 2003. The Rosie May Memorial Fund was founded in January 2004 in response to overwhelming public donations following her murder

An online candlelit vigil is to be held to celebrate the life of murdered schoolgirl Rosie May Storrie, 10, on the 10th anniversary of her death.

Her family and friends will also be celebrating five years of the opening of the Rosie May Home, today (Saturday), her living legacy which has brought hope to the lives of vulnerable young girls in Sri Lanka by providing them with opportunities for a brighter and better future.

During the last 48 hours of her life, from Saturday, December 28 to Monday, December 30, people from all over the world are being asked to share in the celebration of Rosie May’s life, 10 years on, by lighting a candle in her name, taking a picture of it and then posting it to a specially created page on the Rosie May Memorial Fund 
Facebook site (find it through www.rosie-may.com)

Rosie May was killed by the autistic son of a family friend at a Christmas party in December 2003.

 

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