In memory of Liz Welch rarelizzie.com

1960 - 2017

So far we have raised

£11,341.63

Liz had many talents and attributes. She was a gifted artist, a loving mother and wife. and a lynchpin of the family. She wrote an amazing piece about dying that should help anyone else in the same situation. It is on her blog; rarelizzie.com called "All good things must come to an end". She was positive about everything she did, including dying. She wanted very much that her death might do some good for others and perhaps stop other women facing their own mortality from this cruel disease. This charity was her choice, So, if you cared about her, or love her like I do, Please donate as generously as you can. Thank you. Bobbie

Bobbie Watchorn Fund holder

Activity

From sales of goodie bags

£64.00

6 January 2020

Penny Vingoe

In memory of a beloved sister, still doing good for the world.

£197.72

2 January 2020

Bobbie

from ClayAround for goodie bags

£180.00

31 October 2019

Anonymous

We continue to sell some of Liz’s crafting supplies. Thank you to Vale Beaders, Knuston hall, East Midlands Polymer Clay Group and other craft groups in the area.

£200.00

14 September 2019

Dianne Phillips

I was delighted to be able to raise the donation by selling some of Liz's workshop items on Ebay - which I brought back to Sussex ( I am a long distance member of Derbyshire Branch) from Regional Day in May.

£29.25

8 July 2019

Vivienne Challans

Further donations, growing our own 'stashes' using some of Liz's studio storage!

£60.00

14 June 2019

Judith Burnett

We continue to sell some of Liz’s crafting supplies. Thank you to Vale Beaders, Lowdham Craft Group and East Midlands Polymer Clay Group.

£250.00

8 June 2019

Dianne Phillips

Donations from people at Knuston Hall for some of Liz’s crafting supplies. Hopefully more will follow as I visit other groups.

£159.50

25 May 2019

Dianne Phillips

More generous donations from The British Origami Society, Nottingham Knitting Show, Abbey Beaders, Vale Beaders, Polymania, the East Midlands Region of the Embroiderers' Guild and other individuals. Thanks to everyone.

£1,500.36

25 May 2019

Erica Thomson