Bench unveiled at sports centre in memory of ‘cheeky little boy’
PUBLISHED: 08:28 07 May 2019
A bench has been unveiled at a sports club in Nailsea to remember a much-loved four-year-old who passed away last year.
The family of Bailee Cook, who suffered from mitochondrial disease, would like to say a huge thank you to family, friends and everyone who has supported them.
Avril's fencing supplied the bench which was installed at Grove Sports Centre.
Bailee's parents Lee and Jemma, sister Gracie-Leigh and baby Darcie are members of the club, where Bailee used to enjoy watching his dad play football and playing with his cousins and friends.
Lee said: “Jemma and I would like to thank the Grove for supplying the food and venue, Avril's for the bench and all the friends and family who not only came on the day to remember a cheeky little boy who was always smiling and joking, but also for the support given in the past year.
“Plans are in place to raise money to help research into this awful and incurable condition.”
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