We at New of Month are deeply saddened by the confirmation of the worst fears of the family of the missing mother of two, Nicola Bully. In a heartbreaking turn of events, it has been confirmed that the body found on the River Wire yesterday is that of the 45-year-old mortgage advisor who went missing on January 27th. Lancashire police have informed the family of the tragic news, and they are understandably devastated.
Nicola Bully was the center of her family’s world and someone who made their lives so special. Her disappearance has left a void in their lives that will never be filled. The family will never be able to comprehend what Nicola had gone through in her last moments. Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time, as well as with all her loved ones and the wider community.
Nicola Bully went missing on January 27th after parking her car and walking her Springer Spaniel, Willow, along the River Wire. Later that morning, her phone and dog were found on a bench by the riverbank, and her phone was still connected to a work group call. After weeks of searching, Lancashire police recovered a body from the water reported by a man and woman walking their dog, around a mile from where Nicola’s belongings were found.
A week after she disappeared, Lancashire police said they believed Nicola fell into the water, but no breakthroughs were made. A private Specialist Team was brought in at the request of the family, and they hoped to rule the river out in a search that’s been described as an impossible task. The family has done all they can to investigate this very mysterious disappearance, and the police have put a lot of resources into it. The fact that the police were searching the river from the first day that Nicola went missing speaks to their commitment to finding her.
Walking along the same route that Nicola often did, Sue and Val say they saw her just days before she went missing. The rural community found themselves the focus of questions that no one could answer, causing a lot of confusion and speculation. The family hoped to rule out the river in a search that was described as an impossible task.
The family has described how truly heartbroken they are, and every day they’ve been holding on to hope of Nicola coming home. This news is the one that they dreaded, but the community has been hoping to see her again. Many have tried to raise awareness during the search and help in any way they could.
Nicola’s partner has said that his daughters will be supported by those who love them the most, and nothing will ever cast a shadow over how special their mother was. The family has thanked those who have supported and tried to comfort them during this difficult time.
In conclusion, we at New of Month would like to express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Nicola Bully. This is a heartbreaking time for everyone involved, and we hope that the family can find some comfort in knowing that the community is with them. Nicola will be missed, but her memory will live on in the hearts of those who loved her.