Isaac Nash: Inquest for boy lost at sea off Anglesey

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Adam, Zoe, Isaac and Xander NashImage source, Adam Nash
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Isaac Nash's parents, Adam and Zoe, and siblings attended a service at an Aberffraw church in September

An inquest for a schoolboy who was lost at sea off the Anglesey coast will be held on Wednesday.

Isaac Nash, 12, from Huddersfield, was on holiday with his family when he got into difficulty at Aberffraw on 29 August, 2014.

His brother Xander, 10, was saved but Isaac was swept away despite efforts to save him.

The inquest will be held at the Anglesey council offices in Llangefni.

A trust fund set up in Isaac's memory has raised more than £80,000.