What Happened To Celia Gofton? Lauren Laverne Mom and Former Sunderland Councillor Passed Away

Lauren Laverne, a vocalist and TV character who was born in Sunderland, has been squashed by the death of her mom Celia Gofton.

After the death of her “caring and diligent” mother, Celia Gofton, Lauren Laverne left facilitating inclusion of Glastonbury this end of the week.


As Celia was preparing to hear Sir Paul McCartney perform at the prestigious celebration, little girl Lauren, a Sunderland-born vocalist turned-TV and radio character reported the news via online entertainment. Lauren has subsequently removed from any further BBC introducing commitments from Worthy Farm this end of the week.


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What has been going on with Celia Gofton? Lauren Laverne Mom Death Cause From 2006 to 2018, Celia, otherwise called Cecilia Gofton, addressed the Pallion ward as a Labor councilor and was a piece of the gathering’s bureau. Unfortunately she died, and the reason for death has not been uncovered at this point.

The 44-year-old radio personality of the morning show, who is addressing the BBC at the Somerset celebration, honored her mom in a sincere Instagram post.

The DJ communicated her “absolute distress” while saying that Celia was the “most thoughtful and most tireless individual I have at any point known.”

In the extensive post, she went on by depicting her mom’s life, from school to getting care at UCLH. Cecilia was a wonderful go between and persuader who was born in the focal point of nine youngsters.


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She said thanks to the “staff at UCHL who minded” for her mom and her family at the finish of her life as she set out to settle the post.

Celia Gofton Age-How Old Was She When She Died? Celia Gofton’s age has not been unveiled. Notwithstanding, in view of her photos we gauge that she could be in her late 60s.

As per Lauren, her mom met her dad when she was 16 and revered him continually. She said that being youthful during the 1960s resembled the expression in Mr. Tambourine Man, “to move underneath the jewel sky with one hand waving free,” and she ran the main reggae club night in the Northeast.

Celia upheld herself through school by filling in as a sewer and gambling club artist (while likewise making outfits for the company). All she then, at that point, succeeded as an educator and in the end directed Sunderland’s schools.

According to Lauren’s accolade post, Celia had Lauren and her brother sooner or later, engaged in legislative issues, fought at Greenham Common, and at last was chosen for the metropolitan gathering.


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Meet Lauren Laverne Parents Lauren Laverne was brought up in a big family in Sunderland, Tyne, and Wear, where she was born, as Lauren Gofton. The two granddads had filled in as excavators or shipbuilders, separately.

Her mother was an instructor, and her dad, Dr. Leslie Gofton, showed human science at Newcastle University. In 1982, she signed up for St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Primary School, where she warmed up to Marie Nixon, who might later join Kenickie as a guitarist.

From 1989 to 1994, she then, at that point, went to St. Anthony’s Girls’ Catholic School, where she and Nixon met Emma Jackson. From 1994 to 1996, Laverne proceeded with her schooling at City of Sunderland College.