Cops carry out guard of honour at 101-year-old widow’s funeral after she outlived all her associates and kin together with her solely son
- Cops carried out a guard of honour on the funeral of Ellen Bromley
- The 101-year-old lady, from Blackpool, outlived all her household and associates
- Officers paid their respects to the pensioner forward of funeral service on April 21
Cops took to the streets to carry out a guard of honour on the funeral service of a 101-year-old lady in order that her service wouldn’t go fully unattended.
Members of the power paid tribute to Ellen Bromley, from Blackpool, Lancashire, who outlived all her household and associates together with her solely son, after she handed away on March 26.
Ms Bromley’s carers had organized for officers from Blackpool Police to pay their respects forward of the funeral service on April 21 in an effort to commemorate the centenarian’s life.
Officers from Blackpool Police carry out a guard of honour on the funeral of 101-year-old Ellen Bromley
Pictures later confirmed a number of officers stood alongside the road as Ms Bromley’s coffin was moved into the hearse.
Carer Pauline Area, who sorted the pensioner for 5 years, stated: ‘She was a stunning lady however she had struggled in the previous couple of years.
‘For the final three years she has hardly left her flat.
‘A number of years in the past she was robbed and a few of the group cops would at all times come and examine on her to see if she was OK and had any issues.’
Ms Bromley was born and raised in Bradford, West Yorkshire, earlier than she moved to Blackpool, Lancashire, the place she labored at a laundrette.
Her solely little one David sadly died aged solely 27 and her husband Ronald died three years in the past aged 97.
Members of the power stand on the road and pay tribute to the 101-year-old lady who outlived all her household and associates
Officers stood alongside the road as Ms Bromley’s coffin was moved into the hearse earlier than the funeral service on April 21
Linda McEvilly, from care firm Care & Share Blackpool, organized for the officers to attend Ms Bromley’s funeral.
She stated: ‘It was excellent of the police to return alongside and pay their respects to Ellen and do the guard of honour.
‘Pauline got here into the store and advised us what had occurred and she or he was very upset.
‘She had organised all of the funeral however stated it was simply her going so I assumed I might make it possible for others may very well be in attendance as nicely.’