THE family of 13-year-old Kacper Biela who died after going into the sea in Skegness have asked people to leave tributes on their front doorstep for their beloved son.

Justyna Lebiest, a friend of the family, said the football-loving boy died while on a family holiday in the Lincolnshire seaside town.

She said Kacper's family have decided to send him to Poland and have his funeral there.


People have left tributes for Kacper

People have left tributes for Kacper


She thanked people for their support and kind words, and said it is greatly appreciated, on behalf of the family.

"We know how many people care and would love to say their goodbyes, so we have organised a way of doing that," she said.

"Outside we have put out some photos for anyone who would like to come and light a candle, or put out some flowers."


Flowers, candles, and messages have been left for Kacper Biela

Flowers, candles, and messages have been left for Kacper Biela



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People have already laid flowers, candles, with messages.

Hereford Pegasus Football Club, based in Old School Lane, said Kacper had been in its youth set-up for eight years in its tribute to him.

While tributes have been left in a book of condolence and Facebook.

The Carey-Williams family said: "Sending love and thoughts at such a tragic time. This news has hit the community hard. You will forever be in our hearts."

While, the McTernan family said: "We are devastated to hear this awful news.

"Our family were at Skegness beach this day.

"Our hearts go out to Kacper's loved ones during this terrible time. We will keep all family and friends in our thoughts and prayers.

"A young boy taken too soon. May he rest in peace."