Thank you for taking the time to read this. Terry was given an extra 30 years of life thanks to the incredible work of the Harefield Hospital team, and we are eternally grateful for this.

After collapsing at work from a stroke when he was 19, Terry went through some extremely traumatic times as a resident at Brompton leading up to a double lung transplant at Harefield the following year. Harefield has been Terry's safe space since 1992 for numerous things starting with the double-lung transplant in the same year to his history-making 're-do' (a second double lung transplant) in 2016.

Harefield Hospital is a unique place, a home from home; welcoming and friendly even through the darkest hours, full of super-humans performing scientific miracles. Terry made so many friends within the staff there, some of whom travelled the full 30 year journey with him. He specifically asked us to raise significant funds for Harefield as his legacy so that's exactly what we're going to do.

Terry took his last breath at Harefield on the 31st March 2022 in the midst of pure love, comfort and care. He chose to be there for the end and he was surrounded by the people he literally trusted with his life. To raise funds on his behalf and build the legacy that he wanted is an honour that his family and friends are committed to for the long-term.

We would like to thank everyone at Harefield Hospital and in particular Nonny, Martin, Vicky & the staff of Rowan Ward & out-patients. Your love and care is unprecedented and unconditional. Thank you, thank you, thank you. You brought peace and understanding to Terry when he needed it the most and this meant everything to him.

We appreciate times are particularly hard at the moment and charitable gifts are not at the top of the priority list. If you feel you can donate, that's amazing - thank you. If you can't, please know we're grateful to you for taking the time to read this.

Hanna Newton