Giant bee sculpture unveiled in memory of Sheffield woman Kelly Brewster killed in Manchester terror attack 

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A giant bee sculpture has been unveiled at Sheffield's Meadowhall Shopping Centre in memory of Kelly Brewster who was killed in the Manchester Arena terror attack.

The 32-year-old, of Arbourthorne, was among 22 people killed in the attack at the Ariana Grande concert in May last year.

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The artwork, called Beedazzle by Maria Shrigley, was one of 101 sculptures displayed around Manchester in the aftermath of the atrocity. 

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Kelly Brewster.

Kelly Brewster.

It was purchased at auction and brought to Sheffield thanks largely to a fundraising appeal led by attack survivor Amelia Thompson, aged 13, of Dronfield Woodhouse, and her friend Darcie Parke, aged 14.

The bee sculpture.

The bee sculpture.