Bobbi-Anne McLeod’s family announce funeral details and ask people to wear band t-shirts

Bobbi-Anne McLeod’s family have announced that her funeral will be held in Plymouth this week. Anyone attending is asked to wear a band t-shirt or the colour blue.

The 18-year-old, who has been described as a “beautiful girl who lit up” the lives of those who knew her, “loved wearing” band t-shirts, such as Pink Floyd, Nirvana, ACDC, Green Day, Queen and Eminem. As a tribute to Bobbi-Anne, those paying their respects are asking to dress in this attire, along with black trousers or black jeans.

Bobbi-Anne’s family have requested that no ripped jeans are worn to the ceremony, which will be held at St Andrew’s Church on Royal Parade, on Thursday, May 26. The funeral procession will leave Bobbi-Anne’s home at 11.20am on Thursday and will head to the Windmill Pub.

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A horse and carriage will then take Bobbi-Anne to the church. Members of the public have been welcomed to line the streets of Leigham.

In a post, shared with PlymouthLive, a family friend said: “Hi everyone, just to let everyone know Bobbi-Anne McLeod’s funeral has now been arranged. It will be St. Andrews church in Plymouth, at 12.30pm, Thursday May 26.

“if you cannot attend for work or other reasons Bobbi will be leaving her home address at 11.20am and heading to the Windmill and will then be take by horse and carriage to the church.

Bobbi-Anne McLeod
Bobbi-Anne McLeod
(Image: Devon & Cornwall Police)

“If you would like to line the street in Leigham you are more than welcome. Dress code is band t-shirts such as Pink Floyd , Nirvana, ACDC, Green Day, Guns and Roses, Queen, Eminem and Oasis.

“If you cannot get one just an ordinary blue t-shirt will be fine but please try for the band t-shirts as she loved wearing these with black trousers or black jeans no rips please.

“If any flowers please send to Shelley Harvey at Plymouth and District Funeral Services in Plymstock. This is open to the public but please be respectful and no drinking in or around church.

“We all stand together with Bobbi’s family at this really sad time.”

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