Three excellent Saturday evenings in November when many of the parents remembered Huw in a positive way
There were 3 very well supported events in November. The Hepworth under 15s annual ball was enjoyed by 90 people and raising £2,500 for the Trust; 60 people attended the wine tasting event at the Tennis Club which raised £1,300; and the Holme Valley Business Association Ball on 12th November was enjoyed by 90 people – the total raised will be finalised soon. Read more
Remembering Huw with lots of love on his 16th birthday
It was Huw’s 16th birthday on Friday 25th November. Huw loved his birthdays and this year it was a very important date for lots of his family and friends.
15 beautiful pictures and 1 beautiful boy; one photo in each of his 15 happy years ♥ ♥
The Holmfirth High School non uniform day on Weds 16th Nov raised £1,000 to remember Huw ♥♥
Huw had so many happy times at Holmfirth High School and learnt a lot there as a person as well as from lessons. A non uniform day was held at school on 16th November to remember Huw and it also raised £1,000 for Huw’s Trust to help brain injured people. Thank you so much to everyone who took part and for their donations to take part in the non uniform day; it means a lot coming from a place where he was so happy.
Many of Huw’s friends wore Thatch 2 T shirts or Cardiff City shirts to rememer Huw. His friends at school as well as his family miss Huw, Thatch, Big Man so much and will remember him with love forever xx ♥♥
The Bowers: You had it all Huw: kind, caring, looks and a little bit of mischief we all loved you for
The Bowers family (parents Nige and Jules, son Will and his elder sister Charlotte) first met Huw when he and Will were 5 and they became great friends. Here are some lovely memories from all of them. Thank you for letting us put these on Huw’s web site 🙂
Kate and Lauren showed a lot of courage, commitment and love for Huw ♥ ♥
It takes a lot of courage when you’re 15 to stand up and talk to 5 assemblies in school about something that is very important to you and also very sad. And it takes commitment (and something else special) to bake over 200 cakes and to organise a cake sale for over twice that many – and make £500 for charity. But that’s exactly what twin sisters Kate and Lauren have done this week in Chandlers Ford, Hampshire.