Tributes have been paid to a Kempston man who died at the weekend after becoming injured in the street.
Flowers were left at the site in Bedford Road where he was found.
Mickey Havil was a member of the Church of Transfiguration in Kempston who shared a post on their website saying he would be greatly missed.
“Mickey was a great friend to many and a great encourager and motivator in setting up Cafe2Connect,” said the post.
“We will miss you greatly. Prayers for Mickey’s family and friends.”
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