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Memorial Funds
Zac Knighton

Max Corp

Max was a very handsome, cheeky, loving little boy. Max loved playing with his brothers and sisters, flirting with anyone who looked his way, and cuddling up with Daddy.

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Oliver Bonington

Oliver was born February 2007, our first child, happy and healthy, the most beautiful little boy, he was our life from the second he was born.

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Holly Calenti

Holly was a beautiful, spirited young girl. Holly was a much loved daughter, a doting big sister to Izzy and Harry and an inspiration to all who knew her.

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Ashley Hyde

Ashley was a loving,happy 7 year old boy he had the most infectious smile and come rain or shine it was there.

On 9th june 2008 Ashley was diagnosed with stage 4 myc n amplified neuroblastoma.

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Edward Lance

Edward crammed so much life into his 6 years, 3 months and 3 days and when talking to him you would've thought he was years older.

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Amelia Cooper

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Rio Hamblin

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Faith Killworth

Faith was a cheeky and lively girl who was curious about everything around her. She adored her two elder sisters, and bossed them about in a way only a baby could do.

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Chelsea Knighton

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Chintzia Mills

Chintzia was a fun loving cheeky little girl who loved life to the full.

Chintzia was very bright and caring and attracted people of all ages to her where ever she went, she had a big personality and with her big beaming smile and beautiful big brown eyes, everybody who came in contact with her just fell in love with, she had a special kind of magic about her.

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Charlotte Rose Coates

Charlotte Rose Coates was a very independent & happy 5yr old who loved everything pink & girlie.

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Jack Henshaw

Jack Henshaw was born at approx 5.20AM on September 18 2001, to Paula and Dave. He was everything we had ever wanted, a special little boy for us and he was the first grandchild for both our parents, so it was inevitable he was going to be spoilt rotten....

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Adam White

Adam was born on 22nd June 2004, our second child and a brother to Ben. Adam was a healthy, happy ,handsome and fun little boy, up until he was about 14 months old, when we noticed he just wasn't "quite right", loss of appetite, little energy etc

Zac Knighton

Jack Ford

Jack was born September 22nd 1997. Doctors told us we would never conceive naturally. He was perfect in every way, with the most beautiful big blue eyes I'd ever seen.

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Latest FAN News
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Madison goes to school

A SIX-year-old cancer sufferer has started going back to school

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German trial leaves Freddie living life to the full!

FINAL results have shown that Freddie Rowe-Crowder

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everest for FAN

FAN flies the flag for Neuroblastoma on Everest Our brave Everest team have returned after their 17 day mission to raise funds and awareness for Neuroblastoma.

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Why wouldn't the NHS save our child?

Ruby's parents raised £170,000 for lifesaving cancer treatment in America - then learnt the NHS could have treated her all along. Shockingly, it's a story being repeated across Britain...

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