Jenni is quite simply an amazing, inspiration to all who meet her. She has faced adversity head on since I was diagnosed with an autonomic condition 2 years ago which has rendered me unable to work, drive, or even go out that much rolling up her sleeves and getting on with extra responsibilities such as washing, cleaning, cooking when I have been in hospital for the younger children at home. She has an intrinsic ability to support and nuture the younger boys in our family and has still managed to focus on her school work and promote a healthy and happy life style without every complaining or giving up. She remains committed to fundraising having organised an event to raise money for a orphanage in Burma a couple of years ago and now helping two of her brothers organise a charity concert showcasing local musical talent in Sleaford to raise money for a local hospital department. Her smile, enthusiasm, dedication, loyalty but above all self driven autonomy make every day special for not only us but everyone she meets. Without asking for anything in return, she truly understands what it is to selflessly serve and has achieved much despite coming from a single parent family with a sick mother to the wellbeing of her family, friends and community at home and abroad along with her three other brothers, Nicolas, Ben and Kit. Together they are the fantastic four and an inspiration to all!