Weʼve raised £110,683 to help the family of freelance journalist and broadcaster, Henry Hope-Frost, who tragically lost his life while riding home from work
- United Kingdom
- Funded on Tuesday, 31st July 2018
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Henry Hope-Frost, the freelance motor racing journalist and commentator, was tragically killed in a road accident on March 8th. This page has been set up in memory of Henry and to provide some financial support for his wife and three young sons, aged three, six and 12.
Why was the target £38,000? Because people don’t suffer from ‘proper fever’ until their temperature rises above 38ºC. Henry would have been amused by that, and even though the money raised to date is more than double that early target, we will continue to keep this page active to allow as many people as possible to pay their own tribute to HHF.
Henry's family have been overwhelmed by the generosity and kind comments provided by friends, colleagues and so many more who simply enjoyed his work or were touched by the story. For everybody, it has come as no surprise that there has been such a social media storm of love for the legend that is HHF.
Henry infected everyone around him with his “incurable and debilitating fever”. His words, not ours. His love of everything fast and loud was the fuel for a magnificent career; cars were the moving parts in his turbocharged V12 of a life. Truly, Henry loved anything and everything that went like the clappers when the lights went out and didn’t stop until the chequered flag fell.
And how he turned this passion into something special. People around the world loved Henry’s infectious enthusiasm; colleagues and race fans recognised his unwavering professionalism; nobody at all could fail to be touched by his easy charm and rascal’s humour. And yet, for all of that, racing was only the second most important thing in Henry’s life. His family was what always mattered the most.
HHF, all of us would love to help make sure Charlotte and the HF Junior Team have just a little less to worry about right now...
This page was set up by Fergus Campbell, Garry Martin and Adam Waddell.
- 3 years ago
Friends of Henry Hope-Frost3 years ago
The boys and I would like to say thank you for your amazing donations and support. We are doing so much better than we were in the very early days but we still have a long way to go and the money that has been raised will allow me to stay at home and provide a safe and secure environment for a few years to come. We still miss Henry so much but we are working to rebuild our new family of four. Lots of love from Lottie, Oscar, Jasper & Felix xxx
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Alison & Daniel Hookey
Jul 27, 2018
On behalf of John Norris who drove me to my wedding in his beautiful Mustang. Thank you. Love and prayers to the family and friends of Henry.
The Signature Store
Jul 16, 2018
Sale of #Fever stickers at Goodwood FoS. Thank you everyone. The Signature Store
Jun 26, 2018
Well, why wouldn't you?
Jun 1, 2018
On behalf of David and Lynn Orton, who would like to also donate to support Lottie and her boys. Our thoughts are with you everyday. The Ortons x
May 30, 2018
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May 22, 2018
The atmosphere will never be the same without henry at the goodwood scene, a great chap , full of enthusiasm for the whole motoring world, regards to all the family.
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Friends of Henry Hope-Frost
This page was set up immediately after Henry's tragic accident, on Thursday 8th March, by Fergus Campbell, Garry Martin and Adam Waddell. All three were long-standing friends and colleagues of Henry's.