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May 8, 2021

Fundraiser for Tanilla’s family

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In August 2011, at the age of just two, Tanilla Warrick-Deaves died at Wyong Hospital on the Central Coast after sustaining massive injuries.

Tanilla’s mother’s partner, Warren Ross, was subsequently charged with her murder and will face court soon.

A garage sale tomorrow and Sunday will raise money to help Tanilla’s father Adrian Casaran-Warrick, of Ballina, and his partner Brooke Bowen, to attend the trial in Sydney, which may run for a number of weeks.

Money is tight, as the couple are raising five other children between them and need to provide for them while they’re away.

The sale runs from 8am onwards each day at 63 Tanamera Drive, Alstonville.

 

 


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