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My Charity

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Following Harry’s death I quickly discovered the lack of bereavement support that existed in our area. Being a proactive person I sought help very early on, wanting to adopt any way possible to ensure Harry’s twin sister Jessica was supported enough to prevent this life changing tragedy from affecting her future and life, negatively. We travelled to High Wycombe to access family entered support and at the time I found myself thinking of what I’d have done had we not been able to travel the 100 mile round trip. I will never forget also visiting a popular bookshop and asking the assistant for a book to help a bereaved child. She found one book. These experiences formed the idea to set up a bereavement charity to support children in our area and in 2011 Harry’s legacy was founded. To learn more please visit www.harrysrainbow.co.uk

 

My Story

image I’m Harrys mummy. Harry died when he was 5 years old very unexpectedly. It was 10 years ago in March 2019. Is that relevant? I’m not sure! Every year following his death is the same. The numbness that has set in starts to lift and I feel it again.

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image As time has gone on I have morphed into who I am now; not the old ‘me’ and not the one who takes over to carry me when I enter the depths of despair, over and over again, year in year out.

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image Following Harry’s death I quickly discovered the lack of bereavement support that existed in our area. Being a proactive person I sought help very early on, wanting to adopt any way possible to ensure Harry’s twin sister Jessica was supported .

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image There is a range of support you can access to help with your loss. We’re all individual and unique so it’s not a case of one glove fits all.

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