The funeral has taken place for a young women who inspired her family to change the law.
A white carriage pulled by two white horses transported Stacey Preston from her home in Heber Way to the service at St Helen’s Church on Wednesday, August 19.
The 20-year-old died on July 30 following a lifelong battle with neurometabolic mitochondrial disease.
She was looked after at home by her mum Rachel and dad Paul.
Paul said: “We walked with Stacey’s horse and carriage through Northwich to St Helen’s Church, where friends, family and medical professionals both attended and joined in Stacey’s service, led by the Rev Alison Harris, which also included a slideshow of her short precious life. Read the full article here