Donations pledged to help with funeral costs after the death of Feltham teenager Owain Campbell have now topped £5,000.
The teenager tragically died following a fall from the 10th floor of Hunter House on Thursday (May 4), leaving the community in shock.
A crowdfunding page launched by the Feltham Community Development Association (FCDA), a local charity based on the Highfields Estate, has so far raised £2,025.
Now a second page, created by resident Amanda Abrey, has seen almost double that amount donated to the same cause.
The GoFundMe page , which so far has raised £3,283, described Owain as a "beautiful boy", adding: "We are raising money towards the cost of Owain Campbell's funeral.
"This will help his family give him the send of he deserves. Any small donation will be such a help, thank-you so much."
In total, after a community rally round, nearly £5,300 has been raised to support the family and friends of the youngster.
Pledging her support, Tracy Barber wrote:" I send my sincere condolences to this poor boys family. Nobody should ever have to go through this and nobody his age should have to loose his life."
Mr Gallahue and 9D added: "Our thoughts and prayers go out to Owain and his family at this sad time.
"I have taught Owain for four years at Springwest Academy and saw him grow into a lovely young man. Sleep well Owain. RIP."
'Sleep well young man'
On May 4, police were called at 3.35pm to Hawthorn Road following reports a male had fallen from Hunter House in Feltham.
The teenager was pronounced dead at the scene. A vigil was held in memory of Owain the following day at 6pm (May 5).
He was named locally as Owain Campbell, a Year 11 student at Springwest Academy - formerly known as Feltham Community College .
School ties were placed alongside flowers outside Hunter House, with messages written on small card notes attached to a gate paying tribute to Owain.
One close friend paid tribute to the teen and his "good sense of humour" while one of the messages read: "Owain, sleep well young man, always in our prayers.
Another, appearing to be addressed to the family of the boy, added: "Thinking of you all at this sad time.
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