>HMP DARTMOOR

Posted: April 11, 2011 in Uncategorized

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The Honeytones website has been updated and now contains a letter from the Social Inclusion Officer at Dartmoor Prison. A letter that made me cry.






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Comments
  1. >Norman – Thank you so much for kindly sharing that letter and those 'photos. What an inspiration Jacob was, and how wonderful that The Honeytones have had such an impact. This is a really moving letter…

  2. >Thanks Margot. I bet you never expected to see your name featured in such close proximity to HMP Dartmoor.The prison was built to house prisoners during the Napoleonic Wars, and was also used for American POWs in the war of 1812.

  3. >Norman – Someday I hope to see Dartmoor. In the meantime, I suppose it's only right that someone who writes crime fiction should have his or her name featured in a Dartmoor mention ;-).

  4. Dorte H says:

    >What a beautiful tribute! I understand it must make you cry, yet I hope it also makes you smile that you have had a son who brought so much happines to everybody around him.

  5. kathy d. says:

    >The letter is lovely, and the photos are wonderful and very upbeat, giving everyone who know your son and us much cheer.Best wishes to you and your family.

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