It is extremely difficult to try and describe Amy in a few words. She was beautiful, intelligent and a kind-hearted social butterfly that would light up any room she walked in to. Amy had everything to live for; her huge circle of family and friends, a great career, lots of charitable work planned, dreams to travel the world and her whole future ahead of her.
When Amy had set her mind to something she made sure that she worked hard to get it. Arnie the Audi A1 was her pride and joy, which she drove up and down the country to attend many gigs of her all time favourite band, The 1975. Just like any other 20 year old girl, Amy loved having a head of hair extensions, full set of nails, false eyelashes and a new outfit every weekend (straight out of my wardrobe!). There are so many memories that I will treasure forever, and it breaks my heart that there are so many more that I won’t be able to share with my little sister.
My family and I will never accept the fact that Amy isn’t coming home so this is our way of keeping her name and memory alive; by helping to prevent this pain and suffering from happening to anyone else.
I would like to thank you for taking your time to visit our page and listen to our story.
I love you Amy, We will make you proud.
Your sister always, Abby ?