Andrew Beddows tribute

The heartbroken family of Nantwich man Andrew Beddows, who was killed in a road accident, have paid tribute to him.

The 32-year-old died when his BMW car ploughed into a tree on the A49 near Whitchurch.

Andrew, from Nantwich, was travelling alone when the accident happened. He was declared dead at the scene.

Today, his devastated family and partner paid a glowing tribute to the son, brother and fiance they loved.

In a statement, the family said: “Andrew’s death has left us all devastated.

“He leaves behind his parents Edward and Peggie, who he adored, his older brother Paul, who he always looked up to, his sister-in-law Kelly and nieces Evelyn and Annie, who were a big part of his life.

“He also leaves his fiancée Rachel Burleigh, who he recently proposed to in her home town of Liverpool on her birthday, and step daughter Mollie, who he had lots of fun with.

“Andrew attended Bishop Heber High School in Malpas.

“He then followed in his father’s footsteps by becoming an excellent mechanic.

“He was self-employed at D. A. Roberts – he enjoyed his time there doing the job he loved best with his mates who he always had a good laugh with on a daily basis.

“Andrew was fun-loving, witty and always the life and soul of the party.

“He was loving, happy and would always help anyone in need. He always put a smile on our faces, which we will desperately miss.

“We appeal to anyone who might have information about the incident or was in the vicinity of the A49 on the night to please contact the police as we are desperate to find out what happened.”

The incident happened at 8.50pm on Thursday January 14 at Quoisley Bridge on the A49 near to Bradley Green.

Enquiries are continuing and officers are urging anyone who witnessed what happened or may have seen the car travelling in the area around that time to come forward.

Officers are keen to trace a silver VW Touran or similar ‘56’ plate vehicle, which was in the area at the time of the incident.

They hope the occupants may be able to assist with their inquiries.

Anyone with any information is urged to call Cheshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 834 of 14 January. Information can also be left anonymously, via Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.

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