People have rallied around after being moved by the heartbreaking story of RAF veteran Kenneth White’s death at 84 years of age, with no family. A parade of 150 motorcycles will escort his coffin after an appeal was made for people to attend his funeral.
Moved by Kenneth’s story, people have rallied around to contribute to a celebration of his life.
Flowers, wreath and a small collection for a plaque in Kenneth’s memory are being organised.
Before the planned funeral service at Cambridge Crematorium, 150 motorbikes will travel with Kenneth’s body from St Ives.
The bikers are from several groups from across the country. They came together after learning about Kenneth on Facebook.
The escort will be met by an armed forces bugler ahead of the funeral in the crematorium’s West Chapel.
More than 150 people are now expected to attend the service after Kenneth’s story was shared through social media.