Black Swan Dental Spa

Tone FM with one of our Trustees at the back!

Members of Taunton School Sports department 

Taunton's Police force looking floral

Taunton launch at Mirari Hair Salon Photo: Somerset County Gazette

The South West Organ Donation Team

Diners at La Petite Bouchee

"My beautiful daughter often wore a flower in her hair and so to honour her we all wore flowers to her funeral and memorial service.

We continue to wear them to spread her message of 'live love laugh' and raise awareness for young brain injured children.

3000 children a year are recorded as suffering from ABI (aquired brain injury).

That means 57 children a week develop neurological or cognitive disabilities that they weren't born with.

The long term effects can be negative for both the child and their family.

Often referred to as a 'hidden disability', children can suffer from, depression, behaviour and emotional changes,

communication disorders (aphasia) often leading to problems in adulthood regarding employment and relationships.

The level of support they receive is vital to their outcome.

Please make a difference and support us in spreading awareness and raising money to make young people with brain injury have better lives.

Thank you."  Sophy Layzell​​

Thank you to all the wonderful people who have sent us their #wearflower selfies. You look amazing!


Please use #wearaflower as the main hashtag, and  #jemimalayzell to help us find you, so we can thank you and re-tweet you.

If you would like us to add your picture to our growing collections please email us.


People have asked for help with text to accompany their selfie but it's usually best if you make it personal to you. But if you get stuck we sugguest  the following:

Text MIMA14 then the amount to 70070 show support for the Jemima Layzell Trust #wearaflower


We are asking people to show support for the Trust by taking a photo of themselves wearing a flower and posting it on social media.

Don't forget to tag your friends in!

Join Sophy's Justgiving campaign here.

The Jemima Layzell Trust

Rev'd Dr Andrew Tatham and Emily Brown from Horton Post Office

Presenting BIBIC with a cheque for £2000 at Kate's Country Kitchen 

Helping young people with brain  injury make their lives better.

Registered Charity Number: 1163173 









Taunton's Volunteer Police Cadets

Customers at Bliss Hair and Beauty, Taunton

The Hair Salon Taunton

Monks Yard Cafe, Ilminster