A football club will be hosting a fundraiser for the family of a teenage girl who was found dead in an East Lancashire park at their next match.

Ribble FM have worked to put on different fundraising initiatives at the Clitheroe FC's stadium this weekend, with all proceeds going to the family of Alyssa Morris, whose body was found in Brungerley Park in Clitheroe on Sunday, February 12.

There will be a raffle, with prizes ranging from weekend lodge stays to shopping vouchers all donated by local business, and collection buckets, with all proceeds going to Alyssa’s family.

Lancashire Telegraph: Clitheroe FC will host fundraisers and pay tribute to Alyssa Morris at their next matchClitheroe FC will host fundraisers and pay tribute to Alyssa Morris at their next match (Image: Clitheroe FC/Facebook)

Another idea from one of the presenters at Ribble FM was to create soil bombs to sell that would spread wild flower seeds at the spot where Alyssa’s body was found, eventually creating an area awash with wild flowers.

READ MORE: Clitheroe: Teenage girl found dead in Brungerley Park

Tributes will also be paid at the match, with a minute’s silence to be held before kick off and messages displayed on the big screen.

Lee Roe, owner of Ribble FM and media director at Clitheroe FC, said: “It’s been really special over these last 24 hours just to see how people have come together to try and help this family.

“It’s quite a heartfelt thing when you see a community come together and do that.

“It’s always expected that when something bad happens a community comes together. It happens, we’ve seen it with all these national things. But the level we’ve experienced in the last 24 hours alone has been mind-boggling.

Lancashire Telegraph: Teenager Alyssa Morris was found dead in a park in ClitheroeTeenager Alyssa Morris was found dead in a park in Clitheroe (Image: Family)

“It has an incredible intense sadness but you can see that the community have come together to help this family. One of our own – that is the sentence that went out on social media. We have lost one of our own.”

Alyssa’s body was found in Brungerley Park in Clitheroe last Sunday (February 12). Her death is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be passed to coroners.

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The fundraiser will take place at Clitheroe's next home match against Mossley AFC in the Northern Premier League West Division.

A fundraising page has also been set up to help the family and has already reached almost £6,500, smashing the £5,000 target.

To donate to the fundraiser, click here.

Correction: In an earlier version of this article we stated that these fundraising initiatives were organised by Clitheroe Football Club. This was incorrect and they have been organised by volunteers at Ribble FM, to be hosted at Clitheroe Football Club.