Kirsten Scott Memorial Trust
The Trust was established in December 2011 by Kirsten’s family and friends. Sadly Kirsten died from cancer on 28 October 2011, just a couple of weeks after celebrating her 25th birthday. The aims of the Trust are to support individuals, and groups of young people, under the age of 26, who want to undertake projects which will enhance their personal development and make a positive contribution. We feel that this is a great way to commemorate Kirsten and continue the types of volunteering and charity work which she had undertaken herself, in the UK and overseas, and which brought her such joy. Here are some themes which were part of Kirsten’s life and which we feel will be relevant to those making an application to the Trust. Support for teenagers and young adults with cancer Gap-year volunteering and other activities Overseas travel and learning about other cultures and languages Voluntary service in the UK Political participation and representation by young people Participation in sports activities, particularly minority sports Drama and music performance and production Young Scots in London (and anywhere away from home)

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960 miles in 7 days!

andrew mcmenigall, Claire wallace

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Toby and Andrew worked with Kirtsen Scott, before she tragically took ill. We have been looking to do a major and challenging event to raise funds for the trust set up in her name. We will be cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats in the first week of July. We hope that you can support us and raise funds for this worthwhile charity.

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01.10.14 Toby was a person who inspired many others to help reach their goals in life. A great lifesaver, instructor and mentor. The new instructor of the year award @ Manly LSC will remember his love of the surf.

05.09.14 Bless both you wonderful men. Such a loss to us all.

03.09.14 God bless you Toby.


26.07.14 Really enjoyed attending Murrayfield matches with Andrew.


17.03.14 Wonderful achievement - so glad you are now all on dry land although I will miss the worm watching! with love from James's sister

02.03.14 Thank you.

28.02.14 Inspirational to see the Toby Wallace making great progress in its transatlantic rowing record attempt - some 2 years after Toby was enjoying the best holiday he had ever had, as he described it. Follow them here: !

16.02.14 Being so generous with his time and of himself, Toby was an inspiration to so many people in his short life. His giving goes on.

16.02.14 RIP Toby, we all enjoyed your Life Celebration service today in Manly. God Bless you and Claire.

12.02.14 Remembering Toby with much love - so many wonderful memories of happy days together

26.11.13 In memory of Toby, a friend from Jesus College Boat Club. Happy memories.

26.11.13 From the Jesus College, Cambridge, Memorial Service


18.11.13 There but

16.11.13 Andrew & Toby, you ended your lives whilst attempting a mammoth charity cycle. You were obviously good kind lads. What a loss. R.I.P.


14.10.13 Toby gave 100% of his talent, athletic ability and energy to everything he tackled with humor and charm.. "no worries" was how he reassured us all. We will miss him.

04.10.13 We got to know Toby in the USA and loved him instantly! How can you not? His smile, interest in other people and his love for Claire were real and beautiful.

04.10.13 Toby, thanks for the memories, lessons, and laughs along the way.

30.08.13 Such fond memories of a fantastic honeymoon made all the better by hanging out with Toby and Claire. So sorry to hear such tragic news. Love to Claire and both families. X

25.08.13 In loving and respectful memory of truly one of the finest men we have ever known of and had the great pleasure of calling a friend


21.08.13 Deepest sympathy to both families, what a tragic loss.


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Col & Fran Brenchley
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