CHILDREN say a garden dedicated to the memory of four brothers killed by their father will mean they will never forget their friends.
Samantha Tolley, the mother of Joshua Young, seven, Thomas, six, Callum, five, and Daniel, three, wiped back tears as she took part in the ceremony to open the memorial garden at Hand-ley Hill Primary School in Winsford on Friday.
The boys' friends at the school formed a line of honour as speeches and tributes were paid to the brothers, who died from carbon monoxide poisoning nearly a year ago.
Afterwards members of the school council asked for the chance to pay their own respects to their friends.
Eleven-year-old Tom Newall told the Chronicle: 'We would like to say we are really sad about what happened.
'If we could have anything, we wish they could come back to school to see us again. Everybody really liked them, it was really horrible what happened to them.'
Bianca Carrington, 10, added: 'We are glad we've got the garden, because we can go in it and sit and remember them. We all miss them and we are really proud of the garden.
'We are really sorry for their mum and we are really sorry for the children who died.'
Handley Hill's 250 pupils were invited to the opening of the memorial garden.