THE families of the late Sarah Royle will travel to Singapore on Sunday in their quest for answers around her death.
The 31-year-old died in June last year after falling from a balcony in Singapore following a World Cup party.
Her sisters Jo and Premsa, and their families, will fly out on Sunday for the long-awaited inquest into her death.
The brave families also plan to visit where she fell and lay flowers.
Jo said: “However hard this is going to be it is something we have to do to gain closure so our minds are not wondering, left open to horrors of what may have been.
“What we find out will be hard and upsetting and bring it all back, but afterwards we hope we can move on.”
Jo has asked anyone with any goodbye messages for Sarah to have them ready for Saturday and they will take them to Singapore.
She said: “One of Sarah’s friends, Kala Wild, thought she would like to write Sarah a message on a ribbon, and that we could tie the ribbon there where she fell.
“So if anyone would like to write a message for Sarah on a ribbon for us to take to Singapore, the last place where dear Sarah was alive, then please take your ribbon to another of Sarah’s very close friends, Hannah Anstee’s Joyces Closet shop in Hebden Bridge, by Saturday and they will be picked up at 2pm.
“Sarah would love this gesture, we love it and big thanks to Kala for such a love-inspired idea for her special friend.
“This way all Sarah’s friends will be in Singapore with us and with Sarah.”
Sarah’s boyfriend Chris Scrimshaw, who lives in Australia, will also be travelling to Singapore for the inquest.