Woodmansterne auction tonight in memory of "lovely" mother and son killed in car crash in Ewell

Floral tributes and teddy bears left by the side of the road in memory of a mother and son

Floral tributes and teddy bears left by the side of the road in memory of a mother and son

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An auction is being held tonight in memory of a "lovely" mother and son killed in a car crash.

Nicola Morris, 29, and Kai Arnold, 11, died in a head-on collision on a bend in Banstead Road, Ewell, on Saturday, July 5.

The fatal crash left the community in shock and tributes flooded in for the well-loved schoolboy and his mum, who grew up in Woodmansterne.

Tonight, August 29, an auction will be held to raise money for a memorial bench in their memory and for a trust fund for Ms Morris’ other young son, Alfie.

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Event organiser Pat Johnson, a friend of Ms Morris' mother, said they have 20 auction lots, 10 silent auction lots and 75 raffle prizes.

Ms Johnson said: "I have been absolutely inundated with donations and friends helping out. I have been astounded by it.

"It’s gone from a little thing to a huge event. Hopefully it should be a success."

Head down to the auction at Woodmansterne Sports Club, in Woodmansterne Lane, Woodmansterne, from 7pm.

Children over 11 years old only.

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