Bromley murder victim George Verrier's friends leave floral tributes in Shortlands park (From News Shopper)
Get involved: Send pictures, video, news and views - text NEWS SHOPPER to 80360 or email us
Bromley murder victim George Verrier's friends leave floral tributes in Shortlands park
FLORAL tributes have been left in the park where Bromley murder victim George Verrier used to hang out with his friends.
The 17-year-old’s friends gathered in Queensmead Recreation Ground, Shortlands, last night (September 2) to remember him by laying flowers and lighting candles.
George suffered a head injury in a fight which took place after his friend’s 16th birthday party in Blenheim Road, Bromley, at around 12.45am on Sunday morning (September 1).
He declined medical treatment and was found unconscious at his friend’s house in nearby Ferndale at around 9.30am that day.
The Crystal Palace fan was taken to an east London hospital but was pronounced dead at 6.11pm on Sunday evening.
Messages with the flowers include: “To Georgie Boy, You will be missed so much! We all love you so so so so so much! We love you George our big brother! Keep on shining!
“Love, Chels, Aleex, Trace and all your little twins!
“George Verrico forever + always in our hearts.”
And another, which is believed to be from the birthday girl Madison Moran, reads: “To George, “I will always miss you, sleep tight my angel. Thinking of you every day.
“Keep dancing in heaven, don’t ever lose those moves!
“Love you millions.
“Love from Madison xx.”
- Lives at risk in North Kent due to flood surge
- Motorcyclist rushed to hospital after Thamesmead accident
- Reports of bus on fire in Belmont Hill is 'false alarm'
- Gravesend drugs bust uncovers cannabis factory worth £23,000
- The Princess Royal opens Greenwich Horticulture and Equestrian Skills Centre
Comments are closed on this article.