In memory of Anna Lightfoot

Sunday, August 23, 2020

It's twenty two years since Anna's death and we greatly miss her. Here is a picture of her which we love. It shows her with her little puppy, Holly. She grew into a very lovely dog but when she went to Belize, Holly went to stay with her friend Sally. After Anna was killed, Holly came to her funeral and then stayed with Sally in North Wales for ever. We used to visit her and she would stay with us for a holiday every now and again. Which we enjoyed.


Friday, December 6, 2019

Her birthday

Today would have been her birthday, when she would have been 49, had she still been alive.

Here is a picture of her feeding our pet lamb, which our daughters christened Monster, because whenever he saw them with a bottle he would run at them and knock them over. Very funny! But Anna loved dealing with him and the hens.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Anna's birthday

I gave birth to Anna quite easily around lunchtime in 1970. What a treat she was and we still sorely
miss her. She loved playing with balls from a young age and all her life in various sports.
Much love darling.


 

Friday, August 24, 2018

20th Anniversary of Anna's Death

In memory of our beloved daughter who was killed aged 27 on 24th August, 1998 when helping to build a school in Belize. Here is the last picture of her by the river in San Pablo, taken by Andrea Wright who was working with her at the time.


Here is one of our other favourite pictures of her when she was working for the National Trust in Hereford and Worcester, which she greatly enjoyed when she was a student at Aberystwyth.


You can find out more about her work in Belize on this blog.
We always give a sum of money to Bat Conservation Trust and World Reader, in memory of her.


Monday, December 5, 2016

6 December is Anna's birthday, but sadly she is no longer with us. As a memorial to her memory we planted this copper beech back in 1998 close to the library in Fowey where we lived, because as a countryside warden she loved working with trees. This first picture shows how small it was when we planted it, with the support of many of her friends who often put flowers there as a tribute to their memory of her.


Now it has grown wonderfully. This is how it looks now in 2016.


Here is the plaque.


Sunday, August 28, 2016

In Memory of our lovely daughter

It is now 18 years since Anna was killed, but she lives forever in our hearts as well as those of her many friends. RIP darling.