Jane Tweddle was the mother of Harriet, Lily and Isabelle Taylor, the daughter of Margarette and Alan Tweddle and the sister of Paul.She was 51 years old at the time of her death on 22nd May 2017.
Jane was a much‑loved mum, daughter, sister, auntie and friend.“warrior mum”, teaching them to be kind and to stick together. She filled the home with love and laughter. Her daughters remember that, when they asked what time it was, their mother would reply, “It’s the time of your life, never forget it.” Jane’s outlook on life continues to inspire them.She was her daughters’
Jane was extremely close to her family. I heard of Jane’s “special and comical” relationship with her mother Margarette, who remembers Jane’s smile, laughter and love of life. Jane was a much‑loved aunt. She provided a second home for her nieces and nephews, who knew her door was always open. Jane’s brother, Paul, knows that her strength, love and laughter will always live on in her close‑knit family.
Jane was cherished and trusted by the young people whose lives she touched while working at a high school.“perfect listener … and source of strength and support” to many of the children she helped through her work.Her daughters remember that she was a
Events of 22nd May 2017
Jane travelled to the Arena with her friend Joanne Aaron, whose daughter was attending the concert.Jane and Joanne Aaron were due to pick Joanne’s daughter and her friend up afterwards.
While they waited for the concert to finish, Jane and Joanne Aaron enjoyed a meal and coffee together in Manchester.Joanne Aaron recalls that they had a good night together. They discussed plans for the future and Jane spoke about her daughters and what they were up to.
Jane and Joanne Aaron entered the City Room at 22:23:45.