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STORY: Par­ents of Bradley Low­ery speak of ‘in­cred­i­ble’ son as Jer­main De­foe is made pa­tron of his char­ity

Steph Col­lier: Bradley was an in­spi­ra­tion to many and his mem­ory will live on in the hearts of all he touched with his brav­ery in the face of ad­ver­sity and his ca­pac­ity to keep smil­ing. Best wishes to his fam­ily as they work to build their foun­da­tion which will no doubt ben­e­fit oth­ers who face sim­i­lar strug­gles. Jean Greeves: To­tal re­spect for Jer­main he’ll al­ways be think­ing about Bradley. When he walked on the pitch you could see the feelings he had for him. He de­serves to be pa­tron. So­nia Fell: Bradley left a big, big stamp on this world and Jer­main made a lit­tle boy so very, very happy. God bless to Bradley, mam and dad and Jer­main. El­lie Lou: Saw them on This Morn­ing, was so touch­ing, and the way Jer­main spoke about lit­tle Bradley could tell he meant the world to him.

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