A FAMILY who lost everything in a house fire is "overwhelmed" by kindness after the community rallied together to help them.

The Priddey family home on Burrish Street went up in flames destroying everything they own apart from the pyjamas they fled their home in.

People across Droitwich and beyond have been quick to react with donations of toys, clothing and money pouring in for Tracy and John ‘JT’ Priddey and their six-year-old son, Seth.

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A Just Giving Page set up by Kylie Kelly, who has known the family for 20 years, has already reached a staggering £8,000 in just three days. 

Worcester News: DAMAGE: The outside of the houseDAMAGE: The outside of the house (Image: Tracy Priddey / Just Giving)

The family said they were "blown away" by the kindness and support shown by everyone helping to get their life back on track.

Mrs Priddey said: "On Friday, our beautiful home became an ugly duckling.

"We shall lovingly restore you to your former glory.

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"We would like to thank each and every one of you who have donated to this fund we are truly overwhelmed.

"On Friday, we literally only had the clothes we were stood in.

"Not knowing what to do and with a million questions running through our heads.

"Your support and kindness have blown us away," the statement on JustGiving read.

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Police, ambulance and fire service crews were called to the scene at around 3pm on Friday (March 17).

Worcester News: A number of fire engines attended the scene on FridayA number of fire engines attended the scene on Friday (Image: NQ)

Upon arrival, West Midlands Ambulance Service found a man in his 40s with “serious injuries” who was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Medics also assessed Seth for minor injuries before discharging him at the scene.

Mrs Kelly, who owns Gorgeous Hair Design, said that JT is out of the hospital however, he is expected to have many follow-up appointments for his burns and a possible broken or snapped ligament in his leg. 

Mrs Kelly added they are no longer looking for donations after being inundated with offers, but money to pay for new items and to help the family rebuild their lives is still welcome.

To contribute to the fundraiser, visit JustGiving and search “Please can you Help Tracy Priddey, JT and Seth”.