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Archie Battersbee’s mother says ‘party’ at her dead son’s graveside was to mark her birthday


The mother of Archie Battersbee is adamant that a ‘party’ at her dead 12-year-old son’s graveside was to mark her birthday and did not have music or alcohol. 

Hollie Dance says she only had gazebo on Friday in the cemetery because a forecast said it would rain after complaints were made about her event to Southend Council. 

She said: ‘If you call a Starbucks coffee and a box of milk chocolates that somebody bought me for my birthday ‘partying’, then we are guilty. Otherwise it’s nonsense.’

Ms Dance, who fought to keep Archie on life support for months but ultimately lost in court, also claimed to the Southend Echo that people sent her and her family ‘death threats’ and a ‘mock noose’ was put on his grave to ‘torment’ them following the complaints.

Archie was laid to rest earlier this month with his mother then paying tribute to the ‘best boy ever’. 

During the service, a representative of Southend Gymnastics Club - which Archie went to - recalled the first time she met him as a toddler with his 'gorgeous eyes and bright blonde hair' and 'the cheekiest smile I have ever seen

During the service, a representative of Southend Gymnastics Club – which Archie went to – recalled the first time she met…



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