Sorry folks very, very late with this but following the awful tragedy at the weekend in which baby Ciaran Leigh Morris lost his life following a traffic collision in Brownhills High Street, many people are asking where they can get blue bows to help the family.
The town is quickly turning blue as a show of support for Ciaran’s family, which really shows the strength of feeling following this awful tragedy.
Car stickers are available from Rebecca Jayne, see this Facebook post here.
All proceeds for the above to the fund.
You can donate to the JustGiving fund that’s open here – that’s safe and easy to do.
Also, Revd Gayle Greenway from St James Church has posted that they have an open door this evening (Wednesday 7th April 2021) for those seeking prayer and support in this difficult time:
A Message for Brownhills’ Community following Easter Sunday’s Tragedy: –
On behalf of everyone at St James’, the Parish Church of Brownhills with Ogley Hay, I want to say that we are overcome with immense sadness to have heard the news about baby Ciaran, whose life was tragically lost on Easter Sunday.
As an expression of how we would like to stand in solidarity with Ciaran’s family in their grief, St James’ church building will be open tomorrow, Wednesday 7th April at the following time: –
• 7.30 – 9.00 pm.
We will have members of the church available to offer support to those of the local community who would like to use the church to say a quiet prayer, light a candle, reflect, or to receive any prayer support.
There will also be a team of Stewards to ensure that each of the open church sessions remain Covid 19 secure.
With many thoughts and prayers for Ciaran’s whole family and for all of Brownhills’ at this extremely sad time,
Reverend Gayle Greenway.
Brownhills Methodist Church in Silver Street also have an open door on Sunday as follows:
Our Church will be open for Private Prayer on Sunday Afternoon from 4pm – 5pm