September 27th, 2016

Six Nations rugby fans to help Coventry cancer patients at today’s Wasps game

Six Nations rugby fans to help Coventry cancer patients at today’s Wasps game Six Nations rugby fans to help Coventry cancer patients at today’s Wasps game
Updated: 4:15 pm, Feb 06, 2016

Help Harry Help Others was inspired by Harry Moseley, who tragically died in his mother’s arms, on October 8, 2011, after a four-year battle with a brain tumour.

The Blakenhale Junior School pupil made and sold beaded bracelets in memory of a friend he made in hospital and to help raise funds to find a cure for cancer.

And even as the 11-year-old’s health deteriorated, the youngster continued raised money for Cancer Research UK through his campaign Help Harry Help Others.

Now Harry’s legacy lives on through the work of his devoted mother, Georgie, who works tirelessly to keep the charity going from strength to strength.

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