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Funeral held for mother orphan ‘Baby S’ found dead in recycling yard

The young girl, who was known only as Baby S, was found dead in a recycling dump at Needham Market, near Ipswich after being dumped in a bin when she was less than 48 hours old.

Funeral of an infant girl known only as Baby S, who was found dead in a recycling depot at Needham Market, Suffolk, after being dumped in a commercial trash can. after being thrown in a bin 21 months ago
The little girl was laid to rest in a small white coffin during a solemn grave-visiting ceremony

ONE Infant The girl who was found dead in the recycling yard during her first incarceration is laid to rest today.

The baby, known only as Baby S, was discovered on May 14, 2020 by garbage sorters at the Sackers recycling depot in Needham Market, near Ipswich.

Police She is believed to have been dumped in a bin at one of 52 commercial locations in the Ipswich area, where she was picked up by two Sackers trucks and taken to the center earlier in the day.

Detectives were unable to track down the girl’s parents despite scouring more than 11,000 hours of CCTV footage and visiting 800 homes and businesses in the area.

The girl’s funeral was held today, and was attended by 15 mourners including police, council officials and six Sackers employees, who gathered to say their goodbyes. at last with her.







The girl’s funeral was held at the Millennium Cemetery in Ipswich, Suffolk
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The baby was compared to a “rose” that did not bloom when it was laid to rest in a small white coffin during a solemn grave-calling ceremony.

Some people wipe away tears as her coffin is carried to her grave with a single white rose on her head in the children’s section of the Millennium Cemetery in Ipswich, Suffolk.

Celebrity Patrick Eade said emotionally beside her grave: “Baby S, you will never be forgotten. May the light of love shine on you and those who care about you, and you have may come to the end of his journey in tenderness and joy.

“Your memory is still in our hearts, and as long as we remember you, you will live on. With love and respect, we have laid you down to rest. Walk on your son.” your way in peace.”

He also read a poem, which began with the words: “The world may never notice if a rose doesn’t bloom, or even stop to wonder if the petals have fallen too soon.







Newborn baby girl found dead in recycling yard during first lockdown
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“But every life that ever came into being, or ever existed, touches the world in some small way for eternity.”

Mr Eade had previously spoken of the baby’s unidentified family at a private funeral service, saying the baby had passed away “under the most tragic circumstances”.

He shared: “It’s hard to imagine what the Baby S family members are going through. To take the next step is to put something behind you, forget it and never look back. To ‘ go on’ is to carry it forward forever and never forget.

“The deceased parent will never move on, but ‘move on’. If a message could reach Baby S’s family, I imagine it would be -” Tell me what I can do to help. help “.”







More than a dozen mourners including police, council officials and Sackers staff gathered to say their final goodbyes to the little girl.
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The ceremony included the play “Somewhere over the Rainbow” by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole and “The Long and Winding Road” by The Beatles.

Suffolk police, who are investigating the baby’s death, previously said they did not know if the baby was alive or dead when it was dumped in the bin.

An autopsy by a Home Office pathologist could not determine how she died, but said she was less than 48 hours old when she died.

Detective Inspector Karl Nightingale, of Suffolk Police, who was at the funeral, has appealed to her parents or anyone with information to come forward.







The police were unable to locate the child’s parents
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He said: “We have laid this newborn baby girl to rest today. Only known as Baby S, at this point we still want to determine the truth of what happened to her before she was born. It was discovered on May 14, 2020.

“We’ve always been open about what led to her being dumped. Time passed, but we still don’t know her story.

“After almost two years, everyone’s life has changed. Few people may know the truth of her story, but someone must.

“Now is the time to go ahead and share with us the details of her short life, and the baby girl’s given name.”

Sackers CEO David Dodds, who was at the service with some of his employees, pledged to buy a headstone for her grave.

“We just wanted to pay our respects and send her off to her final resting place,” he said.

“I can’t describe how distraught the staff felt when her body was found. It had a huge impact on the staff.

“We are all very concerned about her mother. We want her to get the help she needs.”

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