By Lucy Jenkins - 14th November 2017 6:09am
The funeral of 7 year old Lewis Crossley who recently lost his battle with T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, will take place on Wednesday 15th November at St. James, Audlem.
It is expected there will be a very big turnout of people wanting to celebrate Lewis' life so the village may be busy for the duration of the service.
Our picture is from the Stoke Sentinel website, showing Lewis as mascot for Stoke in their recent match against Arsenal.
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