Louise and Paul became involved with Child Bereavement UK following the death of their beloved two-year-old twins Betsy and William in 2004. They became patrons in 2006 and have continuously supported the charity through a number of fundraising events including organising St George’s Day Clay Pigeon Shoots, Memorial Planting Days for families, and a London-Paris bike ride. They were instrumental in developing our Elephant's Tea Party awareness programme for primary schools. They also commissioned ‘Precious Love Rose’ for the charity in memory of their twins.

Louise said:

We called Child Bereavement UK. Immediately we had the lifeline to make survival possible.  We want that to be available to all families who need it.