Judith was a much-loved Mum, Mother-in-law, Grandma, Daughter, Sister, friend and teacher to so many. She was an important member of Wycliffe Church and she loved her weekly games of badminton and watching football (mainly the glorious Man City.)
Everyone who had the pleasure of speaking with Judith will have heard the tremendous passion that she had for Christian Education, and more specifically the pupils, parents and staff at Bethany School.
When Judith was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in January, one of her main concerns was that the school should continue to thrive after she had gone. Contributing to and leading Bethany School has been her life's work, and it is fitting that at the end that she would want to preserve this for generations to come.
All funds raised will go straight to Bethany School as they continue to serve the pupils and build on the work started by Judith. Some of the money raised will go towards a lasting memorial at the school in Judith's name. If you would like to find out more about the ethos of Bethany School and how you can be involved here is the link: