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    Weʼve raised £287 to To Give the Family the Funds to Install a Memorial bench in the grounds of Chaucer Infants school for the Great Miss Dorothy Haywood

    Funded on Friday, 24th August 2018

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    Ever since i was young and as far as i can remember as a child this kind lady has always been there for so many children.

    Since the Chaucer infants days i used to walk the playground holding her hand skipping along singing with her, Sitting on her Knee in the school hall playing the piano with her to songs we used to sing in school Classes in the morning.

    This kind Lady used to give up her time in school holidays to look after us children in the Chaucer Play Scheme. Many outings to white post farm she would round us up as we run riot, many outings to park and swimming baths as we all play and have fun.

    I Remember when i asked miss Haywood to come to my birthday party at the Mc Donald s in Ilkeston sitting on the toad stools playing musical chairs with all us children making sure we are having a good time, Eating a cheeseburger and a milkshake with her bright coloured hair I have never known a teacher to go above and beyond like this.

    All though my time as a Beaver, Cub & Scout at St Andrews church Ilkeston Miss Haywood was always there in some way. Helping us out, giving her time to help the church, reading to children, Arranging flowers in the church.Even the odd occasion we both used to play in the service with me on the organ and miss Haywood on the Piano.

    For a large part of my life Miss Haywood has been there for me and looked after me in many ways either in school or church. I am one of must be 100's of people she has given time to help

    This is why i would like to raise some money to Give to the family to Install a Memorial bench in the Grounds of the Chaucer School as a remembrance and even raise enough to plant a tree in her memory.

    Miss Dorothy Haywood x



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    • Rachael Spencer

      Rachael Spencer

      May 1, 2018

      A beautiful lady with the biggest heart. So many lovely memories xxx

    • Anonymous


      Apr 30, 2018

      I have known "Auntie Dorothy" all my life. Her parents were good friends with my parents so we met at home, at school,at Sunday school. She even took my children to Nottingham to see Santa.


    • Lisa Barker

      Lisa Barker

      Apr 30, 2018

      Really was a lovely lady hope Chaucer infants get something nice to remember her by


    • Joanne Clamp

      Joanne Clamp

      Apr 29, 2018

      Lovely idea to remember a lovely lady xxx


    • Hayley Smith

      Hayley Smith

      Apr 29, 2018

      Miss Haywood was a great example of a good person. Always remembered the kids she taught & was an amazing woman. She’ll be greatly missed. I know she’s with God now. God bless Love Gareth & Hayley xxx


    • Dianne  Raynor

      Dianne Raynor

      Apr 29, 2018

      Such a nice gesture - Dorothy would have been honoured, but never lost for words!


    • Robert Attewell

      Robert Attewell

      Apr 29, 2018


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