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I was devastated to receive a message from my Brother in law,which broke the news about Ian and Carl's terrible accident.

It was nearly midnight on Friday night when I got the news,and just couldn't believe what I was reading.

My heart goes out to Trudi,and thier family,[first and foremost],Ron and the lads in the shop,and all the team at the track,who will all be broken-hearted.

A true Gentleman,well-liked by everybody,and always ready to stop what he was doing,[in the shop],to come over for a bit canny crack.

Ian and Ron,together,made you feel like you were the only customer in the shop.

Ian will be sadly missed by all who knew him.

R.I.P. IAN BELL.

 

 

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Thanks Easyhostmedia for starting this fitting tribute to the canniest fella you would ever wish to meet.

I am now wondering where the rest of Bedlington are?

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Yes,Webtrekker,good point,when I took flowers and cards for Ian's Family and the shop Staff,I was impressed by the tributes which were laid,and reading the cards made me well-up,gud and proper.

Has there been  any funeral details been released yet?

 

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