Amy’s friends and family were very important to her and she enjoyed spending time with them. She was a lovely girl with a great sense of humour. She was quiet, honest, thoughtful, funny and very loving. Amy loved to cuddle up to her mum, dad or sisters and watch television. She liked to link her arm through yours when she walked alongside you. Amy loved chatting to her friends on the internet or on the telephone and she enjoyed going to the cinema and shopping with them. She had penpals in Ireland and Turkey that she had corresponded with from a young age. Amy enjoyed watching "Big Brother" and often said that when she was 18 she would like to apply to be on the programme.
Amy was blessed with a loving family, a very happy home life and exceptionally good friends. Her life may have been short but it was filled with love and happiness. We have wonderful memories of Amy and for that we will be forever grateful.
Amy with some of her classmates. This photograph was taken by Mrs. Sue Evans, Amy's Form Teacher,
a week before she died
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