Fundraising campaign launched to buy headstone for Leamington boy Romeo who died aged three
Last year motorcyclists 'made Heaven hear their engines' for the youngster's funeral with a procession going through Leamington town centre
A fundraising campaign has been launched to pay for a headstone for a little boy from Leamington who died aged just three.
Romeo Teixeira died of a brain tumour on December 30 2019.
And in January last year motorcyclists 'made Heaven hear their engines' for the youngster's funeral with the procession going through Leamington town centre.Now a fundraising campaign has been launched to pay for a headstone for his grave.
Kelly Iles is a friend of the family who set up the page on the Gofundme website.
Romeo's father Leandro said: "It's an amazing and thoughtful for Kelly to do this.
"She has been a great support for us."
Romeo was diagnosed with the tumour in June 2019.
While the youngster was receiving treatment Leandro had to give up his job at waste management contractor Veolia to be by his son’s side.
At the time people donated thousands of pounds to support the family.
To make a donation towards the headstone for Romeo and to find out more about the campaign click here.