Jordan’s gran is willing to talk to vandals
The grandmother of Jordan Burndred, who died suddenly at the age of 17 after suffering a heart attack, would be willing to sit down with those responsible for repeatedly vandalising one of Biddulph’s defibrillators to explain what life is like without “the best grandson ever”.
The Chronicle reported last week how the defibrillator at Halls Road playing fields had to be removed after its protective casing was damaged for the second time in three months.
The vandalism occurred a month before what would have been Jordan’s 21st birthday. He died while on holiday in Turkey in 2015.
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