THE FAMILY of a motor neurone disease warrior from Worcestershire have confirmed the final details of his funeral.

John Adams, who was best known as the MND warrior, passed away last month following a seven-year battle with the disease.

Prior to his death, Mr Adams raised tens of thousands of pounds for MND Association and grew a large following on social media for his funny posts.

His funeral service will be held tomorrow (Tuesday) where Mr Adams will make his final journey from Droitwich Rugby Club at 10am.

The cortège will travel up Droitwich High Street past The Talbot pub towards St Andrew's Square and, if time allows, down Vines Lane before turning around at The Gardeners Pub.

The service will be held at St Augustine’s church near Dodderhill at 11.00am.

There is limited car parking spaces at the church but further spaces at Dodderhill School, which is next to the church, will be provided.

Numbers inside the church will be limited, but the service will be broadcast outside on a large screen and speakers. 

Droitwich Rugby Club will also show the service live. 

Parking Spaces at Droitwich Rugby Club will be available and a coach will be supplied to transport people to the church.

The family said there is no specific dress code, encouraging people to come in what ever they feel comfortable in - even West Brom-related clothing which was Mr Adams' favourite football team.

Mr Adam's family revealed they would be wearing a touch of orange to represent the MND Association.

"Thank you everyone for all the love and support you have shown us all over these difficult weeks," they said.

After the service, guests are welcome to head back to Droitwich Rugby Club where food and a drink will be supplied for everyone.

Mr Adams was diagnosed with MND back in 2017 when he was given 12 to 18 months to live.

From his diagnosis, he was able to raise over £22,000 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association in a number of unique ways.

This included riding his mobility scooter seven miles in seven days and dressing up as the Easter bunny whilst handing out Easter eggs to children. 

Mr Adams is survived by his two children, Paul Adams and Helen Millward, his sister Shelia Nash and five grandchildren.