My daughter Jenny was a resident at Greenhill House, a Leonard Cheshire Disability care home near Bath for seventeen years.\r\n\r\nShe was born prematurely, one of twins. Unfortunately she had severe epilepsy caused by brain damage, which meant she needed a great deal of care.\r\n\r\nJenny was a very happy person, who gave and received a lot of love during her short life. She was a very important part of our family and was devoted to her brothers and sisters.\r\n\r\nGreenhill House became part of our extended family, and she was cared for there with much love.\r\n\r\nThe atmosphere throughout the home was one of friendliness and awareness of the needs of everyone who lived there.\r\n\r\nWhen Jenny died in 1991 in her 30s, the staff were very supportive. Her ashes are buried in the grounds there, high on a bank where layers of daffodils were planted.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nEach spring when the flowers are in bloom I visit and I am always greeted with such warmth by the staff and the people who live there, many of whom remember Jenny.\r\nIt\u2019s always lovely to return and feel so welcome in a place where Jenny was so happy.\r\nI am 90 years of age this year, but my children, who sometimes accompany me, have promised me they will continue the yearly pilgrimage.\r\n\r\nI was lucky enough to meet Leonard Cheshire, the founder of Leonard Cheshire Disability, at Greenhill House shortly before he died. I said to him \u2018you must be pleased to have achieved so much during your lifetime.\u2019 He responded to me \u2018but there is so much more to do.\u2019\r\n\r\nLeonard Cheshire is a truly inspirational man. The charity he founded has now grown to over 200 services for disabled people in the UK, and support for thousands of people around the world to have greater choice and independence.\r\n\r\nEvery day, they support people like Jenny to live their lives to the fullest.\r\nMy conversation with Leonard Cheshire has always stayed with me, and by leaving a gift in my Will to Leonard Cheshire Disability, I feel I have found my own small way of doing something more for disabled people.\r\nIt makes me very glad to know that after I\u2019ve gone, my legacy will be helping more disabled people to be as happy and well cared for as Jenny was during her time at Greenhill House.\r\n\r\nBeryl Knight, Leonard Cheshire Disability supporter\r\n\r\nFind out more about Leonard Cheshire Disability.