Pain goes on for families
THE families of four men who died in the Gleision mining tragedy would swap every penny raised in their memory to have them back, according to a fund trustee.
David Powell, 50, Charles Breslin, 62, Philip Hill, 44, and Garry Jenkins, 39 lost their lives in the drift mine in Cilybebyll a year ago.
An appeal set up to help their families raised more than £1 million, with contributions coming in from across the world.
Now the fund is being wound up, with some of the cash being put into trust funds for the children of the men.
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Fund trustee Wayne Thomas said: "Even if £5 million had been raised, each family would give every penny to have their loved ones back."
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