By Gill Thompson - 11th July 2018 6:09am
On Saturday, a week ago, I attended the funeral of Adam Lovatt who so tragically lost his life on 25th May 2018 here in Audlem. St James' church was packed with his heartbroken family, many many work colleagues and friends from Audlem.
His children, his brother and work colleagues paid beautiful and sincere tributes to him. It is obvious that Adam was much loved by his family and revered and respected by his business friends.
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