Janet Cotter started working for the Children’s Hospice South West fourteen years ago when she retired as head of drama at a local shool. “When I retired I wanted to help in my local community and knew without a doubt that I wanted to work for Children’s Hospice South West,” said Cotter.
Cotter was so moved by her encounter with the children at Children’s Hospice South West that she put together a series of short stories telling the touching journey of fifteen short lives. “I have met some amazing parents and their children, and the whole experience has given me a new perspective on life.”
The book, Lives Worth Living, tells of the journey and experiences of children who have passed on, with all the proceeds going to Children’s Hospice South West and the Jessie May Trust. To read the full article, click here.