Sunday, March 3, 2024

Remembering the Gill children


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THE PRICELESS SMILES of the Gill siblings lit up Crab Hill, St Lucy yesterday.

The young ones lost their mother to a brutal stabbing on Christmas Eve but Neil Rowe and the Love Thy Neighbour Charity made sure they were not forgotten.

Rowe, the president of the charity, donated several items while explaining that he planned to remain in contact with the family and to help the young ones in any way.

Mother of seven Callie-ann Gill was stabbed to death in Niles Road, Farm Road, St Peter, on Christmas Eve after an argument with a man. Hours after the Child Care Board moved in and took their four-month-old baby brother into its custody. (AD)

Here, the children receiving the donations from Rowe. (Picture by Alex Downes.)


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