Hundreds gathered in Huddersfield this evening to pay tribute to a 12-year-old boy who was swept out to sea in Wales on Friday.
Isaac Nash was at the beach with his family in Anglesey when he got in to difficulty in the water. Despite a three-day search, his body still has not been found.
Friends and family released balloons and lanterns in the family's village of Highburton. His friends have also launched a fund to a build a skate park in his memory.
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