On Saturday 15th April 1989, Jenni Hicks, her husband Trevor, and their two daughters Sarah and Vicki went to watch a football match. It was to be their last day as a family. Sarah and Vicki didn't come home, and Jenni's world was changed forever. Since that fateful day, Jenni has tirelessly campaigned for justice for her own and others' families. This is a story of what came before and after the Hillsborough tragedy: a mother's love, her unimaginable bravery, a flame of hope that never died, and a decades-long quest for justice. With the final court cases coming to a conclusion in spring 2021, Jenni's role as the longest-serving committee member of the Hillsborough Family Support Group is coming to an end -- and she can finally give herself permission to grieve solely as a mother, rather than as a campaigner.