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  • Another incredible Sports Dinner. More to come later but early estimations are that we raised around £25k. Thank you for all your support. I hope all that came had a great evening.


  • Very honoured to have been invited down to London by NHS England to be part of a working group to review the process of child death and how support can be improved for Families. It's always an honour to share a platform with other bereaved parents who have a desire for change. There are so many charities that prop up the support network for bereaved families and it's great that the NHS recognise this and want to learn from it. There were some very clear messages from today that will enable change and it's great that the NHS were so open to listen to our thoughts.

  • Huge Week ahead as we deliver our 5th Sports Dinner. Thank you for your help in sharing, liking, commenting or buying tickets. We have for the first time ever sold out which shows that we have had growth on the event every year. It's also a big week as I will be going to London for an event that will see an NHS review on the experience of families following child death. This is an incredible opportunity to work with a small group of people and really help make a difference for families in the future. Just reading the brief for the day has made me realise how much impact we can have and how desperately things need to change. Just to back up the need for this support for families,I can confirm that between now and October we are almost fully booked at the Boathouse. Sad in many ways but an absolute confirmation of the importance of supporting these families.

  • Good luck to a very good mate who is putting himself into the ring tomorrow night and is happy to take a few punches in order to raise some money for us at the white collar boxing. Craig Pietrzyk has become a close friend in recent years as we have worked together trying to raise awareness of Organ Donation and ultimately find his son a kidney. We have run many half marathons together but on this occasion I'm quite happy to support him from the comfort of a chair outside of the ring. He often pops in to see St Johns Ambulance on our way around the half marathon courses but I hope he doesn't need them tomorrow. Good luck mate, we will be right behind you ( well about 15 meters away having a beer). http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-web/fundraiser/showFundraiserProfilePage.action?userUrl=CraigPietrzyk