A musician has cared for his child in his final days at a charity home, working with other families to create an album to raise money for the charity that runs it.
Kiki Deville created the Keepchack Circle in 2007 after the death of her son Dexter at the Darian House Children’s Hospice in Sorley.
She has now joined with 10 families involved in the group to create songs celebrating the lives of the children they lost.
“Every session was not only filled with tears, it was full of laughter and complete joy,” he said.
“It felt like we got to know 10 kids who knew other parts of the world through these songs.”
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