For 40 years Norah has fought a hidden battle for justice for her husband, Rev. Robert Bradford MP, who was killed by terrorists on 14th November 1981. Now she is taking her battle and that of other victims of The Troubles of Northern Ireland into the public arena.
It was in their youth Robert and Norah fell in love and a number of years they married. Being both family and career focused, Robert became a Methodist Minister and Norah, a Senior Nurse in the renowned Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast. A few years later they adopted the centre of their lives, their daughter.
Unaware of what was taking place behind the scenes, Republican terrorists were instigating the removal of Protestant families from their homes through intimidation, riots, burning of homes and sniper fire. Their home was on one of those streets in Belfast… it would only be a matter of time before trouble was knocking on their door.