MINIBUS HANDED OVER IN MEMORY OF CHARLIE

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A MINIBUS was handed over to a charitable trust set up in memory of Sheffield United fan Charlie Liversidge, who was knocked down in a neighbour’s driveway in Dore four years ago when he was seven.

The keys were presented by Charlie’s parents, Andrew and Jo, to United’s community division, the United Initiative, before the match against Stevenage.

The charity provides educational opportunities for children and young people in South Yorkshire and North East Derbyshire, and it will share the vehicle with Penny Acres Primary School in Holmesfield, where Charlie was a pupil.