I was featured on Mustard TV and interviewed about my campaign. You can watch the full piece by clicking on the image below.
A story about my Fixers project and bereavement booklet was also featured in the Eastern Daily Press online (EDP 24). Click here to read the article.
My Fixers resource is now complete and has been very well received!
The booklet, created with the help of Fixers, provides support to other young people coping with bereavement. Here’s what one person had to say about it:
‘Well done, Moira. I was 17 when my dad died and immediately felt 'different' to all my friends. Thankfully they were all really supportive and I managed to adapt positively. It wasn't easy and even now 26 years on I have my down days. I hope the work you've done is appreciated.’
Following my broadcast - I've had encouraging feedback from people supporting my project idea. You can read some of these responses below.
Leah: 'This is something which will help so many people. Well done.'
Julie: 'Great idea Moira! Good luck with your booklet.'
Helen: 'Anything that helps people cope with bereavement and educates people who have no experience of what it is like is a good idea. People don't seem to understand you come to somehow cope with your loss, you never get over it.'
John: 'I read your story about your brother and wish you the best in your efforts to help other young people.'
Julien: 'Well done Moira. I know that this must have been a really emotional subject for you to broach. It will help others and I hope that it has helped you too. Iain would indeed be proud, although I think he always was!'
An article about my Fixers project appeared in the Eastern Daily Press. Click here to read the story.
News of my Fix also reached America and I was featured online at examiner.com. Click here for the article.