Easter Fun Day, Do it for Daisy, Sudbury
|Author: Marius West||Published: 3rd April 2015 12:42|
Do it for Daisy
Easter Fun Day – Do it for Daisy
In May last year our world changed forever, when beautiful Daisy Brooks was diagnosed with DIPG - Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Giloma. DIPG is a type of brain tumor found in the part of the brainstem on the lower back of the brain, near the top of the spinal cord. DIPG primarily affects children between 5 and 7 years old.
Daisy underwent pioneering treatment at Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, but we lost her in November 2014, the day after her seventh birthday. Within 6 months she had been taken from us and she was so very brave and strong during her care, she was such an inspiration.
Daisy was my little girl's best friend and Daisy's family Anna, Louis and her little sister Poppy are like family to us. We all miss Daisy terribly. We would give anything to have her back to enjoy these days with us, instead we will put all our efforts into raising funds to help future treatment, research and awareness to fight this terrible disease and offer a brighter outlook for the family of any child who is diagnosed.
We are planning lots of events, one of which is an Easter Fun Day in memory of Daisy and hope it will raise much needed funds for the Funding Neuro team and their invaluable research. We hope too it will be great day out for the family. We would love it if you could join us on Good Friday (3rd April) 12pm - 4pm for lots of Easter Fun at The Thatchers Arms, Hall Road, Mount Bures, CO8 5AT.
Full details of the day and how to book can be found on the attached poster and tickets can be booked at https://www.justgiving.com/Esther-Morrell or purchased on the day.
Let’s do it for Daisy.