Pat Hall (pictured) has been involved with HCPT for a long time.
He first took a group of disabled children on pilgrimage to Lourdes in 1963. In recent years he continues to support HCPT and to be involved in the Trust’s development.
Pat is proud to talk about the fact he is going to leave the charity a gift in his will.
He says,“when I look back I realise that my involvement in HCPT has been such an important part of my life. I’ve managed to help so many disabled pilgrims. It has helped me deepen my faith. The pilgrimages to Lourdes with HCPT have meant so much to me, as do the friends I have made in the process. “But as well as looking back, I realise that the future of HCPT is so important. It’s a wonderful organisation and I want to help ensure that it continues to help even more disabled children and adults. That is why I am proud to say I am leaving HCPT a gift in my will”.