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Family mourns death of beloved daughter.

had learning difficulties. After suffering from infections, tests showed that she was also suffering from DiGeorge Syndrome - an inherited condition where several different genes are lost, leading to health problems.

Beccy attended Whitehouse Primary School before Abbey Hill Special School, in Stockton. She went on to the town's Riverside College where she would do crafts and activities.

The much-loved grandaughter enjoyed trips to see the waves at Seaton Carew, near Hartlepool, and also was mad keen on fire engines.

An avid fan of former pop group, Steps, Beccy's dreams came true when, in 2001, she met the band at a concert in Newcastle, courtesy of a Butterwick Hospice campaign.

Beccy leaves behind brothers, Martin Bolam, 35, and Darren Ansbro, 33, as well as sister Sacha Ansbro, 31. Her funeral takes place at St Andrew's Church, Hardwick tomorrow at 10am prior to interment at Durham Road Cemetery. Donations in lieu of flowers to the Butterwick Hospice.

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MUSIC LOVER: Beccy, left, with Lisa Scott-Lee from her favourite pop group Steps
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:May 5, 2011
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