Colleagues mourn loss of popular Abbie

FORMER colleagues of a young woman killed in a crash at Great Blakenham have set up a book of remembrance in tribute to her.

FORMER colleagues of a young woman killed in a crash at Great Blakenham have set up a book of remembrance in tribute to her.

Abbie Pennell died yesterday morning when her Mitsubishi Warrior collided with a coach at a junction of the B1113, close to the A14.

The 22-year-old, who lived in Barham and was a former Claydon High School pupil, was a course administrator for distance learning at Otley College.

It is believed she had been on her way to work when the tragedy took place.


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Philip Winfield, principal at Otley College, said: “The college was in shock when we heard the news.

“Abbie was a very popular staff member and she will be sadly missed.

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“We will be offering staff the opportunity of signing a book of remembrance in tribute to Abbie.

“Our thoughts and prayers are very much with her family at this time.”

- Pay tribute to Abbie - call the newsdesk on 01473 324790 or e-mail starnews@eveningstar.co.uk

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