Remember Warren in new building

READING The Hunts Post of April 30, first your cover story about the £1million clubhouse, then the Warren Hay walk being cancelled, I felt extremely moved. Like other readers, I am sure, I have followed with interest the stories of this tragic event as th

READING The Hunts Post of April 30, first your cover story about the £1million clubhouse, then the Warren Hay walk being cancelled, I felt extremely moved. Like other readers, I am sure, I have followed with interest the stories of this tragic event as they have appeared in your paper.

I lost my mother in a tragic accident when the car she was in left the road and entered the Forty Foot Drain, so I know the pain of losing a loved one and of wanting to keep their memory alive and relevant in the years ahead.

I remember my mother in the poetry that I write. Not all is directly about her, but she is never far away when I am writing. She was a gifted writer and would have us all laughing at the humorous poetry about one or other of us.

So, when I read that Mrs Hay was still looking for ways to commemorate Warren's life. Surely the people involved in planning and building the £1.1million building in Jubilee Park could find it in their hearts to name one of the suites "The Warren Hay Suite". That is what I would do if it were in my power.


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Warren obviously loved football, and his mum obviously loved her son and cherishes his memory. The two stories should join together and make real one mother's desire to remember and keep her son's memory alive.

ANDREW Van KERRO

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