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Good luck to the knights!

Good luck to the knights!

Lee Relf and his friends are about to embark on a 130 mile cycle ride dressed as medieval knights – but it’s his sister Gemma and nephew Noah who are the true heroes… Inspiring, brave, awesome – these are just some of the words that spring to mind when writing about...
Desert trek for Kitty

Desert trek for Kitty

Cathy Woodstock was so determined to raise awareness of retinoblastoma after her little girl Kitty’s cancer battle that she signed up for a charity trek through the Sahara desert. She shares her story… My daughter Kitty was nine weeks and three days old when she was...
Grandson’s bravery inspires Graham to run Great North Run

Grandson’s bravery inspires Graham to run Great North Run

Graham Sinclair never thought he would run a half marathon but the tremendous bravery of his three-year-old grandson Zachary has shown him that anything is possible… When granddad Graham Sinclair announced that he was going to sign up for one of the most famous (and...
Good luck to the knights!

Gemma and Noah’s knights

Knights in shining armour for Gemma and Noah Gemma Edgar was just 29 years old when she diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour. A year later she found out that her 18-month-old son Noah had eye cancer. Her big brother Lee Relf explains why this incredibly brave and...
Will’s cycling challenge inspired by son Benjamin

Will’s cycling challenge inspired by son Benjamin

Will Plant took part in the Roubaix Challenge cycling event to raise money for the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust after his son Benjamin was diagnosed with bilateral retinoblastoma. He tells us how it went… A Long Road To The Hell Of the North In May 2013 our son Benjamin...