Dylan’s legacy lives on as Great Yarmouth family fun day in his memory is big success

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: D R Cook Photography

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: D R Cook Photography - Credit: D R Cook Photography

A fun day held in memory of a Caister boy who died two years ago has been hailed a success by his father.

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: D R Cook Photography

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: D R Cook Photography - Credit: D R Cook Photography

James Sinclair organised his third fun day, after starting the event in 2015 in the memory of his son Dylan.

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: Steph Kingston Photography

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: Steph Kingston Photography - Credit: D R Cook Photography

The event has grown each year, with more than 4,500 people attending Great Yarmouth Racecourse on Saturday. July 22 - its biggest turnout yet.

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: Steph Kingston Photography

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: Steph Kingston Photography - Credit: D R Cook Photography

Mr Sinclair said: 'The weather held out which seemed miraculous compared to the forecast. One thing I noticed was comments from people that had come from outside town and booked holidays just to come to the event, which is delightful.

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: Steph Kingston Photography

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: Steph Kingston Photography - Credit: D R Cook Photography

'Thank you to all the stall holders, entertainment, sponsors and those who attended the event.'

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: Steph Kingston Photography

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: Steph Kingston Photography - Credit: D R Cook Photography


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The day, which saw an appearance from Titan the Robot, was in aid of the Anchorage Trust - for whom Mr Sinclair works - and Battons Disease Family Association, the disease from which Dylan died aged seven.

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: D R Cook Photography

Great Yarmouth Fun Day. Photo: D R Cook Photography - Credit: D R Cook Photography

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