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Remembering Barry on his birthday


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local woman is hoping to bring the Abbots Langley community together this summer in


memory of her uncle who lost his fight with cancer last year. Hailey McKane has organised a variety of


charity events for the month of July, which would have been her uncle‘s 56th birthday. Hailey toldMy Abbots News: ―My uncle Barry


Stovell lived in Abbots Langley all his life, he was diagnosed with lung cancer and was told he had a year to live in March but sadly only lasted three months. He passed away last year on June 29, 2011, and was a great man who is sadly missed by all of his family. ―He enjoyed Abbots carnival days watching the


floats pass by his house with his two small grandchildren and taking them to see the stalls and rides.‖ Hailey is arranging a coffee morning for


Saturday, July 7, at 81 Trowley Rise from 10am to midday, a charity Zumba Class with Nana Akua aka LadyXsize on Saturday, July 14, at Tanners Hall, School Mead, from 10.30am to 11.30am and a barbeque at the Boys Home pub


Barry Stovell, who died from lung cancer.


on Saturday, July 21, from 5pm onwards. Alongside the events will be two raffles, one


with prizes donated from local businesses and a second to win a pair of crystal encrusted shoes. Raffle tickets for the shoes can be purchased in


Hair Share on the High Street and raffle tickets for the main raffle can be purchased in Velvet, Hair Share and Craft Tub from Friday, June 1, and Over the Moon from after the Jubilee Weekend. All money raised will be donated to Cancer


Research UK and the Macmillan Nurses. If any other business would like to get involved or donate they can call Hailey on 07766107042. by Emily Ansell


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