Bermudian ‘Turning His Life Around’ In UK

May 30, 2019 | 1 Comment

Bermudian Tyevon Bean has been featured by a U.K. newspaper as he continues to turn his life around after spending time in prison for a variety of crimes.

A Hull Daily Mail story said, “Tyevon Bean has spent time in prisons both in the UK and his birthplace of Bermuda for a variety of crimes including robbery, grievous bodily harm and carrying a bladed article.

“In February this year, Tyevon, 29, now of Bransholme, was ordered to do 180 hours of unpaid work due to a conviction of affray.

“Before his court appearance, Tyevon says he made the decision to turn his life around and became involved with the 180 group at PH Hull Church at the Trinity Methodist Church, based in Newland Avenue.”

Tyevon Bean May 2019 (3)

“Since joining the church, he has formed close relationships, is working two jobs and is awaiting confirmation for his own home. It’s a far cry away from the young boy who landed in Hull five and a half years ago and proceeded to live a life of crime.

“Before coming to the city, Tyevon had already spent time in prison in his birth country of Bermuda for various offences. Every crime committed, Tyevon says, was a mistake.

“Tyevon is now looking forward to the future and is aiming to be the best dad he can be for his son.

He said: “With me not knowing my dad my goal has always been if I ever had a child I would be the opposite of what he was. It’s my mission to be the best man I can be.”

Click here to read the full story at the Hull Daily Mail.

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  1. Kathy says:

    Really love reading stories like this. I wish him all the best. Attitude is EVERYTHING!

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