As many of you will know, Trevor had longstanding links with Uganda. He was born in Kampala to missionary parents and studied at Makerere University following his undergraduate studies in Oxford. In 1984, while Chaplain of Trinity College, Oxford, Trevor met a Ugandan priest, Enoch Kayeeye, for the first time, while Enoch was training at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. On his return to Uganda, Enoch started a charitable organisation, AICM, to meet the spiritual and material needs of people in Uganda, particularly in the area around Kabale where Trevor had attended prep school. Trevor offered unwavering support to AICM over many years, including as chairman of Friends of AICM for almost 20 years. He led two expeditions of Trinity College students to help fund and build a rural medical centre and a children's home. Both his daughters have visited Kabale and worked with AICM, including building a water tank for a children's home. Trevor remained committed to AICM until the end of his life and would, we know, appreciate donations made to Friends of AICM in his name.