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Charity reveals Stephen Sutton's £5m legacy

Teenager Stephen Sutton, who died of bowel cancer, has left an astonishing legacy after his campaign raised £5 million for charity.

After being diagnosed with the disease aged 15, Stephen Sutton devoted the rest of his life to raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust. His campaign total rocketed after he posted an emotional blog post giving his followers 'a final thumbs up'.

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Vigil organised ahead of Stephen Sutton's funeral

Stephen Sutton has raised almost £4 million for charity Credit: Stephen's Story

A vigil is being held for Stephen Sutton - the terminally ill cancer patient from Staffordshire - who died in hospital last week.

The vigil will be held at Lichfield Cathedral on Thursday 29 and Friday 30 May.

Stephen died last week in hospital Credit: Stephen's Story

Stephen's body will lie in a place of honour in the cathedral ahead of his private family funeral on Friday 30 May.

The cathedral will be open for people to pay their respects from 7:00pm until midnight on Thursday 29 and from 7:00am until 3:00pm on Friday 30.

Stephen's body will then be taken to a private funeral for family and close friends.

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