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Hundreds say farewell to Dearne Valley Garden Centre manager Gareth

Published date: 23 June 2011 | Published by: Gareth Dennison



Gary Hague.

Gary's coffin was carried by a horse-drawn hearse.

The cortege makes its way to St Mary's Church, Greasbrough.

Dozens of mourners' cars followed the hearse.

Pallbearers carry Gary's coffin into the church.

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HUNDREDS of mourners turned out for the funeral of garden centre manager Gareth Hague yesterday.

Gareth (23), who ran the Dearne Valley Garden Centre, Wath, was found dead at home by his parents on June 9.

An inquest was adjourned last week. Further medical tests were ordered after a post mortem examination proved inconclusive.

His coffin was ccarried from the garden centre, which was bought by Gareth’s parents on his recommendation, to St Mary’s Church, Greasbrough, by a horse-drawn hearse.

It was followed by a cortege of nine limousines and up to 50 cars.

Kind, loving, thoughtful: Family friend’s emotional tribute to Gary. SEE TOMORROW’S ADVERTISER


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