Hundreds of youngsters to pay respects to tragic Natasha Scott-Falber, who would have been 15 today
HUNDREDS of youngsters are expected to pay their respects to 14-year-old Natasha Scott-Falber who died last week.
The aspiring musical theatre student, from Wyedean School, in Sedbury, died after suffering from suspected norovirus and septicaemia on Valentine's Day.
She had been due to celebrate her 15th birthday today.
Her funeral will take place on Tuesday next week at 2.30pm at St Mary's Priory, in Chepstow.
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Her brother Daniel, 18, said: "Anyone and everyone who wants to attend is more than welcome.
"Please wear bright colours and bring cut flowers."
Headteacher Clive Pemberton has said any pupils wanting to attend can – and they can wear their outfit for the funeral during school that day.
He said: "This is the worst thing that can happen for a school.
"But the pupils are already thinking of ways to remember Natasha permanently."
Natasha's mum Mandy Falber previous paid tribute to her daughter.
She said: "Natasha was beautiful and full of life. She was talented and intelligent.
"There's no doubt she had a glittering future ahead of her."