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The family of a five-year-old boy who died after sustaining a serious head injury at a department store said he was “loved and loved” every day.
Freddie Farrow was at the Fenwick store on Colchester’s High Street on July 27 when he was struck by a mirror.
The boy, who “brought so much happiness to all who knew him,” died from his injuries on 2 August.
A fund created by a community support group to help the family has raised nearly £ 5,000.
Freddie’s mother, Natasha Ingham, said: “He will never leave us.
“He will be with us every day for our entire lives, until we see him again.
How old was Freddie Farrow?
He was 5 year old.
Family statement and investigation
She described him as a “lovely” boy, who picked his flowers every day.
He would “give them to me and tell me that he loved me, and I would tell him that he loved him too,” she said.
Freddie’s father, Andrew Farrow, said everyone had been “grateful for the time we spent with Freddie” and said that his son was “loved and dear.”
image caption Colchester City Council has been conducting an investigation into the incident.
Freddie had a brother and a sister and the three were “inseparable,” said his father.
“Freddie was an expert Lego builder, a confident swimmer, he enjoyed crabbing and running in the park,” Farrow said.
“He had such an infectious laugh and was always grimacing.”
And he added: “I will miss you Fredboy, so much, so much … and until we meet again, I love you.”
Freddie had finished his freshman year at Gosbecks Elementary School in Colchester, and Principal Polly Bradford called him “a little star.”
“Words cannot describe the total loss felt by those who loved Freddie,” she said.
Almost £ 5,000 has been committed to a fundraiser created by Colchester Community Group to support the family.