A grieving mum's fundraiser for memorial flowers has now taken on a more ambitious goal after reaching its initial target.

Jessica Miller, from Redruth, has set up the fundraiser in order to raise money for memorial flowers for her son, Clifford Moore, after he took his own life two weeks ago.

Jessica's target was to reach the £300 needed in order to purchase the memorial flowers, however, the fundraiser has since smashed this target and has now raised £2,665.

After seeing donations continue to come in after the target was reached, Jessica decided that she would put the additional funds towards a therapy room, called 'Cliff's Cabin,' in order to help young people who find themselves in a similar position to her son.

Falmouth Packet: Clifford was a keen horse-rider and also loved motorbikes.Clifford was a keen horse-rider and also loved motorbikes.

Jessica said: "The first few days I was just in such a hole, I wasn't sleeping or eating and I thought 'you know what, he wouldn't want me to be like that.'

"Everyone just loved him, he was such a good lad, he always looked out for everybody.

"So my plan was to set up an Equine assisted therapy to help kids and young adults that have suffered with mental health issues like my son.

"What I found was that it was so hard to try and get counselling or therapy, and with it being so clinical Clifford found it really hard to open up.

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"My idea here, where we've got really far reaching views and it's a really beautiful place, so it feels like a really nice place to bring kids for therapy as its got a really nice atmosphere.

"The only thing that's been holding us back is funds and manpower, so I thought I'd just put a GoFundMe up, and people have been donating and being really so generous.

"So then I thought 'wow, we could actually use this money to getting the room built up and call it Cliff's Cabin and build it in his memory.

"We could really use this money to then help more children.

"My ultimate goal would be to put up an indoor facility so that we could cater for everybody in all weathers.

Falmouth Packet: The family would go on horserides together after moving to Cornwall.

"We've got a view of Portreath beach through the hills and so you get the coastal wind and it tunnels up towards where we are, so it can be very cold up here.

"We've really struggled in the winter without an indoor facility.

If you would like to donate to Jessica's GoFunMe page, you can do so here: uk.gf.me/v/c/tgcp/237mbxr1uo.

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