From Charles Ross, former editor of Wolves Fanzine “A Load of Bull”, to which Jim was a regular contributor:

Just wanted to let everyone know that there will be a new fanzine on sale around Molineux today! It’s imaginatively called “A Load of Heath” in memory of one of the greatest Wolves fans and top blokes you could wish to meet. Jim died of cancer on August 11th and his funeral took place this week. With, at his request, the final piece of music at the service being the Liquidator.   Jim requested that any donations in his memory be split between the hospice where he died, and which took such great care of him and of his family, and his local cricket club. “A Load of Heath” is a simple 1 page of A4. On one side is the tribute I wrote for him in the Barnsley programme. On the other, the fabulous article he wrote for the final issue of ALOB back in April.

It is priced at £1 (you can donate more if you wish!). All proceeds from this one off limited edition will be going to his 2 chosen charities (the Severn Hospice and St Georges CC).  Regular ALOB sellers will be on duty outside the subway, the club shop / Stan Cullis and on the Waterloo Road. Please note that postal copies are unfortunately not available, since ALOB has had to call it a day.

I spoke to the hospice today, and have some idea of the costs involved in the wonderful work they do. Ditto the cost of the new nets the cricket club want to put up and name after Jim. The ALOB crew will, to coin a phrase, “put a shift in” to honour the memory of a wonderful man and a great friend. So you all know: the family have been reading the website tributes already made to Jim and are very grateful to all those Wolves fans out there who have posted some wonderful sentiments. Thank you!

Jim’s daughter Nicole and his sister Alison with Dave Slape, secretary of the London Wolves

Charles Ross selling “A Load of Heath” at Molineux

The London Wolves supporters club laid a wreath in front of the North Bank on Saturday in Jim’s memory. Jim was heavily involved with this club during his years in London.