A FUNERAL procession for Harlow nurse Barclay Mason made a special stop inside Princess Alexandra Hospital on Tuesday morning.
New Zealander Barclay was a senior charge nurse when he died of Covid-19 last month.
The hearse stopped outside the Accident and Emergency Department where hundreds had gathered to pay their respects.
When it stopped a Maori in traditional dress, delivered a powerful address.
After that, Rev Alison Taylor of Potter Street Baptist Church called for a minutes silence and then delivered a prayer.
Afterwards, a funeral took place at Parndon which was hosted on line by Daniel Robinsons.
Through a fantastic fudnrastng effort, Barclay’s body will be re-patraited back to his native New Zealand.
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