Tracy is really one of those unsung heroes. Both Tracy and her husband (my son)work for the armed forces RAF/ARM now based in UK. For years she desperately yearned for a family and eventually had twins (IVF) now three. Whilst managing a busy house, husband away except some weekends, Tracy has thrown herself into the needs of the local community, alone she raised £40,000 for a playground much needed for the local children, the lottery matched what she raised, with the project in total costing £82,000. She held raffles, bootfairs, Ebay and organised local fetes to achieve her goals, whilst managing a full time job and a very demanding household with the twins. Tracy has such a big heart and sense of tradition, family, community and yet shies away from recognition or praise for her magnificent efforts to get the playground open. The playground opened on 12th June, again a feat in itself, she organised the local community to attend, providing refreshments and a band. There was a grand turn out of over 500 people and children hungry for the park to be opened officially, whilst Tracy faded into the background again. Apart from this Tracy has the ability to know what your problem is and your needs before you even know it, my son is a very lucky man. We all dearly wish that Tracy be successful to carry the torch as she is very proud to be British and we all want to say thank you to her and let her shine with the torch on the day. She really deserves this. And we all know there will be another project, so much more about Tracy attributes to the community. She has since raised nearly another £10,000 for a shelter within the recreation field for families and friends to gather.