The equestrian community around the world have been sharing their stories of how Hannah Francis touched their lives, following her death at the age of just 18 years old, after a battle with an aggressive form of bone cancer.
The teenage event rider has left a lasting legacy in the Willberry Wonder Pony charity, an organisation she started to raise money for bone cancer research and also to grant #willberrywishes to people with serious illnesses to have their dream horsey experience.
Here are just some of the tweets posted about the inspirational teenager:
Very sad to hear this awful news. Hannah did so much to help other primary bone cancer patients #inspiredbyhannahhttps://t.co/NpyP8aWOtv
— Bone Cancer Research (@BCRT) August 2, 2016
I’m chopping my hair off for Hannah. #InspiredByHannah#WillberryWonderPony#HairToSpare Please donate if you can… https://t.co/v0ht8pFmGT
— Jodi Shanahan BHSAI (@Jodi_C_Shanahan) August 1, 2016
— Kerry Casson (@Kerry_Casson) August 1, 2016
Click here to find out more about the charity Hannah started and to see how you can get involved.
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