Dylan’s legacy lives on as Great Yarmouth family fun day in his memory is big success
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A fun day held in memory of a Caister boy who died two years ago has been hailed a success by his father.
James Sinclair organised his third fun day, after starting the event in 2015 in the memory of his son Dylan.
The event has grown each year, with more than 4,500 people attending Great Yarmouth Racecourse on Saturday. July 22 - its biggest turnout yet.
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.
'Thank you to all the stall holders, entertainment, sponsors and those who attended the event.'
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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.
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