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Funds double for orphans-to-be from Solihull – BBC News

Saturday, 31 March, 2018

Funds double for orphans-to-be from Solihull – BBC News

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Thousands of pounds have been raised for a brother and sister who face being orphaned.

Kate Smith set up a fundraising page for Louis and Ella Maley after the death of their father and their mother's terminal cancer diagnosis.

Their mother Emma, 40, was given the news in February. Her partner of 18 years, Paul Maley, from Solihull, died on 8 March after suffering a stroke.

Ms Smith wanted to raise £5,000 but has more than doubled that in three days.

She said she was "lost for words" at finding out how much has been raised.

In a post on social media, Ms Smith, Emma's cousin, urged people to keep on giving.

"This is incredible, thank you so much to every single person that has donated."

Read more at: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-43588221

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