The family have created this site to celebrate the life of Jack Ashley.
The text of the tributes to Jack, made at a memorial to celebrate his life is available here: Read Transcript
On July 1st 2013, the Speaker of the House of Commons hosted the first Jack Ashley Memorial Lecture at Parliament. The lecture was given by Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, paralympic champion and disability campaigner.
The thousands of tributes that have flooded in since he died on April 20th 2012 reflect something of how many lives he touched. Throughout his life Jack was a tireless fighter against injustice. And by overcoming his own disability, he inspired others. This website aims to provide a lasting testament to his life and achievements.
To read the many tributes from friends and colleagues, scroll down this page.
To contribute your own comment – ideally just a paragraph or two – enter your text in the comment box below (scroll right down to the bottom of this page to find it).
To contribute to his legacy through a donation, visit the Donation page for links to three charities that he championed.
And please do pass this website address to others who may be interested.
Jackie, Jane and Caroline Ashley