Team members, family, friends and fans of “Stars in our eyes” prepare to say a sad goodbye to founder, leader and best friend, George Hamshaw, better known as “Jud” or “Juddy.” Juddy Hamshaw sadly passed away on 2/06/213 after fighting a brain tumour.
Stars in our eyes are a well-known, non-profit charity road show, based in South Yorkshire, who have raised over ¾ of a million in the 11 years that they have been singing together.
Thanks to Juddy Hamshaw and the Stars in our eyes members, many people from across South Yorkshire have benefitted from the money that they have raised.
Collin, a member of Stars in our eyes spoke to Clark &Partners who proudly sponsor the charity; “It is a huge loss; we have not only lost our leader but our best friend. We aim to do Juddy proud, as he said before he passed “The show must go on” and made us promise him that we would reach his target he set of a million. “
Collin went on to say, “We have a gig in September which we are dedicating to Juddy. Our old team members who left to go professional are also coming back to sing for the night to pay their respects to our best friend. I am sure that many will also be attending his funeral to say their own goodbyes on Friday and give Juddy the send off that he deserves.”
Louise Pearson, Sales Manager at Clark and Partners also added, “We have sponsored the charity now for the last few years, and we are all saddened by the passing of Juddy. Our thoughts are with his family and loved ones at this sad time.”
Laura Scales, a member of Stars in our eyes posted on facebook “Sleep in peace Juddy. You have touched so many people’s lives for the better. It’s been an honour working alongside such an inspiration to others. Love to your family and friends x”
As a company, we are very proud to support such an amazing group who have already done great things for many people across South Yorkshire. We are confidence in the team that they will continue to do what they are best at and reach their goal of a million pounds that Juddy had set, and in his words “the show must go on”