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Articles by Amy Morrow-Plant

Amy has always been involved in music and was brought up in a musical family. She started learning the clarinet at the age of ten and went on to study the clarinet at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. After graduating in 2012, she began peripatetic teaching in the Hertfordshire/Essex working in primary and secondary education settings.

Last year, in the later stages of pregnancy, Amy joined an NCT class where she met seven other couples who had similar due dates. Louise and Andrew Judd, one of the couples from Amy’s class, were expecting twins, a boy and a girl. Whilst we were all excited anticipating meeting our new arrivals, Louise and Andrew were given the awful news that one of their twins, Noah, no longer had a heartbeat. At 37 weeks, Louise gave birth to their daughter Esme and their son Noah who had passed away during the 28th week of pregnancy. Petals have supported Andrew and Louise through every step of their bereavement process and continue to do so now. Amy is undertaking this challenge so that she can raise money so that others in this heart breaking situation can access vital support, as well as raise awareness of stillbirth and the fantastic work that Petals do.

Amy’s exams are scheduled for 2nd July 2019! Her justgiving page has raised over £2500 so far and if you’d like to support Amy’s #grade8athon please see her Justgiving page for details.


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