Georgia suddenly and unexpectedly lost her life at the end of May 2013 and her spirit has touched not just her own community but people all over the world. Georgia’s family want to keep her spirit alive by continuing to refer to her in the present tense and we are passionate about honouring that. 

This is Georgia’s story

Georgia Williams is a shining star. She is a role model that inspires her family, her community, her friends and people all over the world. 

She is also a normal teenage girl doing normal teenage girl things – with her friends and in the community in which she so loves to play an active part.

17 year old Georgia’s life is full of activity and includes being Head Girl at Ercall Wood Technology College, a member of the student council at New College, a corporal with the 1130 Wrekin Squadron Air Training Corps and a volunteer member of AFC Telford United’s Match Day Safety team.

Described by her dad Steve as a “gorgeous tomboy”, Georgia loves being outdoors and being active and wanted to join the Royal Air Force as a medic.

Georgia touches the life of everyone she meets and is the first to volunteer to help out. It’s no accident that The Georgia Williams Trust’s motto is Free Your Spirit – Join In. This was devised by her family and truly reflects the adventurous, outgoing attitude with which Georgia lives her life. The Trust’s official logo, the ferret, was chosen because Georgia was known as “Ferret” among her friends in Wellington.

She is bubbly, boisterous and lively and what you saw was very much what you got. She brings sunshine and laughter into the life of everyone she met and always wanted the people she met to be happy.

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