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Brianna Ghey: Mourners asked to wear pink at trans girl’s funeral

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Brianna Ghey’s family has asked that anyone wishing to attend the funeral wear an item of pink clothing to honour her memory.

They have also asked that mourners donate to the Mindfulness in Schools Project charity, which brings mindfulness practice into schools, instead of purchasing flowers. “I believe that our children are struggling with their mental health more than ever.

I hope that by supporting organisations such as MiSP, we can help children live healthy fulfilled lives,” said a message from the family on a tribute website set up for Brianna. “Brianna struggled with her mental health, and I wish that there were better resources to support her when she needed it.” The funeral is due to take place at 2:45pm on 15 March at St Elphin’s Parish Church in Warrington.

A number of road closures will be in effect ahead of, during and after the service as a large turnout is expected. There was widespread heartbreak, shock and anger across the UK when news of Brianna’s killing broke in February.

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