Mourners to pay tribute to stabbed schoolgirl Mylee Billingham
The funeral is taking place near Walsall three months after the youngster died.
The funeral of stabbed schoolgirl Mylee Billingham is being held in her home town on Tuesday.
Mourners have been invited to wear “bright and beautiful” clothing in memory of the eight-year-old, who died at Birmingham Children’s Hospital in January after suffering knife wounds in Brownhills, near Walsall.
The funeral service is being held at St James Church in Brownhills.
The primary school pupil was pronounced dead in hospital after being found with knife wounds at her father’s bungalow in Valley View on January 20.
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