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Eve Stewart, 19, wanted to celebrate the life of entertainer Pat Stewart, who was known as The Girl in the Spotty Dress.
Her granddaughter Eve was given a round of applause for wearing her own spotty dress at the funeral.
The suspect is described as a white male, aged 20-25, around 5ft 6ins, of medium build with a spotty complexion.
And the pin-up girl whose carefree pose summed up the nation's mood is to get her dying wish and be buried in the spotty dress that shot her to fame.
Schools across the UK are also being encouraged to go spotty for BBC Children in Need in the weeks leading up to the Appeal Night on Friday, November 18, with children and teachers dressing in spots, selling spotty cakes and goods, and taking part in spotty-themed challenges to raise money.
There's something special about the Something Special Sensory Garden - follow Mr Tumble's spotty bag trail and look out for some special objects, as you wind your way through the woodland and garden
Previously, when a bracelet was distributed into a spotty service area, a beacon or other form of equipment is required to establish a dependalbe ble
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SPOttY | jeans are having a bit of a moment among the more expensive denim brands, but thankfully M&S has brought out its own version for just PS35.
Or maybe a monochrome spotty clutch takes your fancy?
They wore spotty outfits, had spotty faces and made spotty biscuits