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We are tremendously saddened by the recent tragic accident of Adam Miles. This is distressing news for all of us who spent time with Adam during his learning as an apprentice on one of our programmes, but our immediate thoughts and prayers are with Adam’s family, with his close co-workers and fellow-learners at Grosvenor Services Group. We offer them our sincerest condolences.
Adam will be remembered by us at Interserve as a polite, well-mannered young man who really cared about his learning and wanted to develop his skills to achieve in life. It was a pleasure to have been part of his training over the years.
For those who would like to pay their respects and attend his funeral, the service is to be held on Thursday 24 December at 12.10pm at Brimington Crematorium, Chesterfield Road, Chesterfield, S43 1AU. As Adam’s family has already been inundated with floral tributes from people, his colleagues have set up a tribute page for monetary donations as an alternative, allowing people to donate to a charity of his family’s choosing.
If you wish to make a donation, the page can be found at https://www.gofundme.com/adammiles