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Post by Sheakhan on October 16th 2008, 2:40 am

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Immersion: The Habitation Experience

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Re: Immersion: The Habitation Experience

Post by Sheakhan on October 16th 2008, 11:59 pm

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Re: Immersion: The Habitation Experience

Post by Sheakhan on November 4th 2008, 6:55 pm

Recently a member of our community died.
Nelson Jenkins, 19, a Coleg Llandrillo student from Valley Road, Llanfairfechan, died of an overwhelming meningitis infection on Saturday night.

Nelson’s mother Judith told the North Wales Weekly News: "The infection struck incredibly quickly. We’d had a fantastic day at Conwy Food Festival. He had no idea what was going to happen, he just died in his sleep that night. It was a tragic, short way for a young man with a life so full to go.

"Nelson was a great chemist and won a prize last year in a schools analyst competition for his work. Chemistry was an aspect of his life he really loved and he was a brilliant thinker. He was also involved with morris dancing and was a great cook.

"Nelson was always late for everything and the laziest person you could meet! He was a one-off who was growing into a very nice young man."

His father Tom said how much Nelson cared for his family: "He has one sister, Hazel, aged just five months, and four brothers – Samuel, six, Peter, three, Philip, 17, and Murray, 13 – who he loved very much. Everyone, including his stepmother Rowan, is missing him dreadfully.

"He had complained of feeling a little unwell in the day but didn’t think it was anything to worry about. After watching a film with his brother, he went to sleep and just never woke up.

"Nelson had a huge number of friends and was such a gentle guy. He was generally very fit and was planning a trip to Canada.

"Nelson made a big impression on people and was a very intelligent, articulate young man destined to go on and reach his potential."

Tom has opened a tribute fund for Nelson with the Meningitis Trust. Nelson’s life will be celebrated at Ysgol Pant-yr-Rhedyn on Saturday at 2pm followed by refreshments at the Church Institute.

Christine Hughes from Meningitis Trust said: "We were saddened to hear another young life has been lost to meningitis. It is vital people are aware of the signs and symptoms which can easily be mistaken for flu, and include fever, headache, stiff neck, dislike of bright light, drowsiness, joint pain, vomiting, diarrhoea, confusion and in some cases a rash that does not fade under pressure."

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