Fundraising appeal to help family of 14-year-old Leeds girl killed in Manchester terror attack

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A fundraising appeal has been set up to help the family of 14-year-old Leeds girl who was killed in the Manchester terror attack.

Sorrell Leczkowski was killed at the Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on Monday.

Sorrell was a pupil at Allerton High in Leeds and is from Adel in Leeds.

Her mum Samantha and her grandmother are also both in hospital receiving treatment.

Her grandmother is critically ill.

A crowdfunding appeal has been set up to raise money for Sorrell's mother.

Around £6,000 has been raised for the family so far.

To donate to the appeal, go to

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