You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA town has been asked to turn red for a final tribute to a tragic teenager.The funeral of Manchester United fan, Ryan Turner, will take place tomorrow afternoon, CoventryLive reports.His family have asked friends to wear something in his club colours and to stand on their doorsteps as his funeral procession passes to pay their respects.The 13 year old took his own life last month and due to Covid 19 restrictions the numbers allowed at the ceremony will be limited.The final journey for the teenager will be from the family home in Hartshill, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, to the Heart of England Crematorium tomorrow afternoon (Thursday, February 11).Due to Covid 19 restrictions, his funeral will be small and invite only.But those who want to show their respects are being urged to take part in the send off.Marie Stevens, a close family friend, shared the appeal.”We are going Red for Ryan as he makes his final journey,” the Facebook post reads.”Ryan’s funeral will be at Nuneaton Crematorium at 4.15 (Family close friends only attending).Read MoreThis Morning Holly Willoughby brought to tears by Phillip Schofield 40th birthday surprise”He will be leaving his house at The Woodlands in Hartshill at 3.45pm and passing both Hartshill School Nathaniel Newton for anyone who wishes to stand and show their respects.”We cannot encourage people to gather as you know we are all required (by law) to stay at home unless it is for specific exemptions. However we cannot stop anyone who wishes to stand socially distanced show their respects when Ryan drives by.”Due to legal restrictions numbers are very sadly limited for this service and all places have now been offered and arranged.”Therefore please do not just turn up unless you have been specifically invited in order to keep the staff and mourners as safe as possible.”A fundraising page set up in Ryan memory initially aimed to raise 500 but it has smashed that goal.The total currently stands at just over 6,000.The JustGiving post reads: “Ryan was just 13 years old. He was such a happy, loving boy with his whole life ahead of him.
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