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Friends gather to pay tribute to 16-year-old Jade
12:44pm Sunday 26th May 2013 in News
AROUND 40 bikers and scooter riders have arrived in a Hampshire town at the end of a ride in memory of Jade Clark.
Motorcyclist Tony Wray organised the ride to Ringwood rugby club to remember the 16-year-old.
He said it was an "honour" to organise the event for Jade's family.
Tony riode his Honda 1100 Pan European Cruiser from his Farnborough home and picked up fellow bikers at service stations along the way.
Jade was riding her red scooter along the A31 near Ashley Heath on the evening of Sunday February 24 when she was involved in a collision and died.
Hundreds attended the funeral of the youngster, who went to Poulner School, Ringwood School.
Jade was also a much-loved member of the Ringwood Young Firefighters’ Association and a Hampshire Fire and Rescue truck led the funeral procession to the crematorium.
A Hampshire fire engine was at Ringwood Rugby Club to welcome the riders this morning and there was also a barbecue.
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