Saffie's star is raised over Leyland
A Christmas star designed specially for Saffie Roussos now overlooks Leyland.
The eight year old was the youngest victim of the Manchester terror attack six months ago.
Saffie’s Star, as it is known, was designed as a tribute to the youngster by Richard Ryan, head of the world-famous Blackpool Illuminations. It was placed on top of a Christmas tree outside
The Plaice fish shop in Hough Lane which was owned by the Roussos family. The star is set to light up as part of Leyland’s Christmas lights switch-on event at 5.30pm today.
Speaking on behalf of the Roussos’, family friend Mike Swanson, of SOS Computing, said: “The family love it.” Saffie’s parents Andrew and Lisa are expected to attend the evening.