Bereaved boys' hope of new life abroad
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Bereaved boys' appeal to live with their aunt in USA

Two boys who lost their mother to cancer are hoping to raise £25,000 to pay for their adoption costs so they can live with their aunt in the United States.

Jo Lynch died of cancer in July last year, at the age of 29. Her dying wish was for her sons Kallum and Jack to be brought up by her sister in Los Angeles.

But under California law, adopting them would cost £25,000, their grandfather says.

The boys are currently living in Great Yarmouth with their grandfather, who has been seriously ill. Alex Dunlop reports.

  • 18 Feb 2016