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Hundreds of mourners line the streets of Merseyside to say goodbye to Elle Edwards


Mourners line streets of Merseyside to say goodbye to Elle Edwards at funeral for the beautician shot in a pub on Christmas Eve

The funeral of a beautician shot at a pub on Christmas Eve is set to take place this lunchtime – with the horsedrawn cortege seen arriving at the church.

Mourners dressed in black were at St Nicholas’s Church in Wallasey ahead of the 12.30pm service to remember Elle Edwards.

It will be led by Reverend Jeff Staples, who has been in regular contact with Ms Edward’s grieving family.

Ms Edwards, 26, was celebrating Christmas with friends when a gunman opened fire at the Lighthouse pub in Wallasey Village, Wirral, shortly before midnight.

The horse-drawn funeral cortege for Elle Edwards arrives at St Nicholas's Church in Wallasey

The horse-drawn funeral cortege for Elle Edwards arrives at St Nicholas’s Church in Wallasey



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