Megan's parents
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Stephen Mosley MP's backs wall safety calls after Meg Burgess death

The parents of a three-year-old girl who was killed when a wall collapsed will have their safety campaign, to get builders licensed to carry out work, raised in Parliament.

Meg Burgess died while walking home from the shops with her mother and baby brother in Meliden, Denbighshire, in July 2008.

Her parents, who now live in Chester, have won the backing of their local MP.

Stephen Mosley, the Conservative MP for the City of Chester told Gareth Lewis on BBC Radio Wales what he hoped to achieve, but first is a recording of Meg's mother Lindsay Burgess recalling the events leading up to the little girl's death.

Campaign after girl's wall death

  • 05 Feb 2013
  • From the section Wales