September 6 2021 was supposed to be just another day in the life of nine-year-old boy from Blaenllechau in the Rhondda. Tomos Bunford was excited about going back to school and beginning a new term with his friends. The summer holidays were drawing to a close. He had been playing on his bike on the family farm as well as playing with a new toy his parents had bought for him. Having loved to get involved on the farm, Tomos would do anything to help his family because he was a kind little boy. One of the first tasks on the farm was to transport a water bowser to grazing cattle on the South Wales farm. Tomos’ dad Rhys, his mum Louise, older brother Gethin and baby sister Clemmie got in the family pick-up truck to undertake the task. However, a family outing turned into a nightmare when they began to feel the truck and the bowser sliding down the field. A close-knit family would have their entire lives turned upside within an instant. This is the story of a heartbroken mother who has very bravely spoken about the incident two years since it happened, life without her beloved son, how his memory will always be with her, and how she hopes the incident will make others reconsider the importance of keeping safe on the farm.