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A 15-year-old girl has pleaded not guilty to the murder of seven-year-old Katie Rough from York.
She appeared via video link before a judge at Leeds Crown Court. Her trial is scheduled to start in July.
Katie was found with severe injuries in a field near her home in Alness Drive last month and died a short time later in hospital. Her funeral was held on Monday at York Minister, conducted by the Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu.
More than £8,500 has been pledged by well-wishers on a page set up to raise money for the family of Katie Rough.
The seven-year-old died in hospital after being found with life-threatening injuries in the Woodthorpe area of York on Monday.
A 15-year-old girl has been charged with her murder, and possession of an offensive weapon.
A target of £10,000 has been set on the gofundme page started by Maggie Jackson.
People have continued to leave flowers at the scene where Katie Rough died on Monday evening.
Among the tributes are cards reading 'Rest in Peace Little Angel'
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has expressed his condolences to the family of Katie Rough, who died in York on Monday.
Speaking in the House of Commons, he said:
Prime Minister Theresa May added her condolences to the family:
The grandparents of Katie Rough have arrived at York Magistrates Court, where a teenager is due to appear charged with the murder of the 7-year-old who was found seriously injured on a playing field.
A 15-year-old girl arrested in connection with the death of seven-year-old Katie Rough from York has been charged with Murder and Possession of an Offensive Weapon.
The teenager will appear before magistrates in York at 10am on Wednesday 11th January.
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Katie Rough was found with life-threatening injuries at an address on Alness Drive. She later died in hospital.
An online to campaign to raise money for the family of Katie Rough, the seven-year-old girl who died in York, has tipped its initial target.