Sunday, 24 October 2010

More pictures of 'Janes Bay'

Beautiful place (out of school hols..)

Thursday, 21 October 2010

Scatter the ashes

When it came to scattering Jane's ashes, it didn't think that it would be a problem for me, so last Thursday I made my way to North Devon towards a little cove near Woolacombe. Jane wanted her ashes scattered in Barricombe Bay, or 'The Shell Beach as we called it due to the millions of tiny shells that made up the for the lack of sand. We loved this place and had some fantastic family holidays here.
I took her out of my rucksack and we spoke for a long while. Then I scattered her on the shells. It was one of the hardest and most emotional things I have ever done.

You can see the bay above. I visited her every day through to the Sunday. Now it will be even more special.

Friday, 1 October 2010

We made the news

50 million for cancer sufferers who can't get treatment on the NHS. Jane will be smiling right now. Her's and the many voices have been answered at last. I know its not a lot as regards cancer treatment BUT it is a start. Well done....

ITN did a piece at lunchtime and showed clips of Jane's film... I was so proud.