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Fundraising reaches over £7,000 for Ava-May Littleboy

PUBLISHED: 12:09 03 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:29 03 July 2018

Ava-May Littleboy died on Gorleston beach at the weekend Picture: SUPPLIED BY FAMILY/NORFOLK CONSTABULARY

Ava-May Littleboy died on Gorleston beach at the weekend Picture: SUPPLIED BY FAMILY/NORFOLK CONSTABULARY

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A fundraising campaign on the crowdfunding site JustGiving has more than quadrupled its initial fundraising target of £1,500.

A page was set up yesterday to collect donations in memory of the three-year-old who died on Gorleston beach on Sunday.

Ava-May was taken to the James Padget Hospital after being thrown from an inflatable trampoline.

More: Child dies after reports of ‘exploding bouncy castle’ at popular beach.

Her family are hoping to place a child’s bench in memory of Ava-May in a park in Somersham.

Last night Ava-May’s family paid tribute to her, saying that her “smile could light up even the darkest of rooms.”

More: Family pay tribute to Ava-May Littleboy

Over 580 individuals have donate to the fundraising page with many leaving messages of support for the Littleboy family.

More information about the fundraising effort can be found on the JustGiving page.

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