In Loving Memory of

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Ann Ward

Ann Ward was born in Coventry in 1939 and in her words she lived “a wonderful life”. She was a daughter,  a sister, a wife,  a mother and a grandmother.  She was a dancer,  a teacher and lover of the arts

Please do share with us your thoughts, memories,  stories and pictures of Ann as we say goodbye. 

If I should go before the rest of you

Break not a flower nor inscribe a stone

Nor when I’m gone speak in a Sunday voice

But be the usual selves that I have known

Weep if you must

Parting is Hell

But life goes on

So sing as well.

Helen, Andrew and Belinda.  

 

 

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Susi Thornton

Dearest Ann – always a smile on your face when I met up with you, warm, vibrant, energetic, full of life.   That is how I will remember you.   Ann went to Summer School before it turned into L.in.C so may have met up with Sam in 1970 or 1971.     I met Ann properly …

Noeleen McGrath

Ann was my teacher, mentor, advisor and thankfully my friend. Her inspirational teaching, guidance and friendship encouraged and supported my love of Laban’s work and I am forever grateful to have been part of her life.Words can’t express how much she will be missed, especially by her Irish Laban family. Thank you Ann for …

Jan Nicol

I met Ann at the LinC Summer School in the 1970s, she soon became a fantastic powerhouse of organisation and support in the LinC and Laban Guild worlds.  Over the years I visited Ann and Phil in Limavady, Malden and Mogan and, along with my husband Keith, enjoyed their great company. We were always …

Sylvia Lyle

Ann would have laughed. This will save you doing a handstand to view  …

Sylvia Lyle

Ann has certainly caused a lot of ripples in the world of community dance in Ireland thanks to her enthusiasm and organisational can do. We owe her a debt of gratitude and will remember her fondly for her energy and encouragement during our Laban courses.  This is a very old and faded photo but …

Annette and Mike

We first met Ann and Phil in Puerto Morgan approx 10 years ago. We were staying opposite them &  Mike erected a long piece of wood outside the window as he wanted internet connection. That afternnon, Phil knocked at our door, I must be honest I was nervous. However, he wanted to get online …

Janet Lunn

      I first met Ann at The LInC Summer School of 1979 in Dartford; she greeted me, showed me the ropes, partnered me in the first session as if she’d been dancing with me all my life, encouraged me and was part of making it the life changing experience she’d warned me …