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The family of Ashley Tompkins, who died in a collision in Milton Keynes, have released a tribute to him today (2/3).
Ashley died after a collision involving his motorcycle and a car on Bullington End, Castlethorpe, on 8 October last year. An inquest into his death concluded on 13 February.
Ashley’s family released the following tribute:
“Ashley was a great son to Caroline and Leigh, supportive brother to Jo, Liam and Matt, and an amazing father to his two young children.
“Ashley was always doing something; he was a keen banger racer, being part of ‘Team Asbo’.
“He was always into cars and motorbikes; he loved to spend hours cleaning them.
“He had many hobbies and made the most of his 38 years.
“We speak about Ashley every day. We will never forget what a good person he was.
“He’s left a huge hole in our lives that will never be replaced.”