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Lilie James Service – Media Notification

Danebank < 1 mins read

Media Notification

Thursday 16 November 2023

On Friday, Danebank will host a service on behalf of the James family to celebrate the life of their daughter and our friend, Lilie. The service will start at 10.30am.

The family has requested that the service be private for friends and community only, and that it is not accessible by, or broadcast to, the media.

We will respect the family’s wishes and we ask that the media does the same. In line with the family’s wishes, the School will not be making any statements to the media, and Police will be onsite on Friday to ensure any attending media do not have access to the area where the funeral will be hosted.

We appreciate this is inconvenient for journalists, but we ask you to show sensitivity and work with the family and the School at this time.

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