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Community rallies for devastated family

By Warren Wilkins 31st January 2018

Community rallies for devastated family
Nat Neville is hoisted aloft by teammates at Friday´s big match.

THE community is getting behind a Newquay family after three boys were tragically left orphaned. Fundraisers are being held to help Kai, aged 28, Nat, 17, and Brock, 10, after they lost their mum Angie Neville just before Christmas – six years after their dad Mark died. To read more get this week's NewquayVoice ...

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