Hundreds of people are expected to join in a "celebration" of the life of seven year old Jamie Inglis. People who have been moved by brave Jamie's fight for life are welcome to attend the service at York Minster, his parents have said.
Little Jamie lost his battle after twice beating cancer. He died after suffering an infection while having treatment for neuroblastoma. The youngster had helped raise thousands of pounds for his treatment - he touched the hearts of so many.
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