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Little Jimmy’s Brighter Future Fund to raise money for GOSH

September 27, 2018

After the death of their son James, Pete & Emily from Islington set up the ‘Little Jimmy’s Brighter Future Fund’ to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity as a tribute to him.

GOSH patients recovery from surgery inspire British tennis star

June 13, 2018

British No.1 Kyle Edmund took time out from his Fever-Tree Championships training regime at The Queen’s Club to meet seriously ill children recovering from surgical procedures at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) this week.

Fever-Tree Championships Tennis At the Queen's Club Serves Up Support For GOSH

May 15, 2018

The Fever-Tree Championships tennis tournament at The Queen’s Club in London has chosen Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity) as its new charity partner for 2018.

Kyle Edmund becomes ambassador for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity

February 07, 2018

Tennis ace Kyle Edmund has become a new ambassador for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity), and paid a special visit to patients and families at the hospital to mark the start of his support.

Think New Year’s resolutions are a load of old tosh? These three women prove you really can change anything, The Sun

December 31, 2017

"Knowing I couldn’t show the enormous amount of love I had for my son by cuddling, bathing and feeding him, I made a solemn New Year’s resolution to pour all my energy into creating a legacy for him."

Jimmy, the baby who left £150k legacy to hospital, Islington Tribune

October 19, 2017

Parents stage massive fundraising campaign in memory of the son who ‘lived such a short life’.

Jimmy, the baby who left £150k legacy to hospital, Camden New Journal

October 19, 2017

Parents stage massive fundraising campaign in memory of the son who ‘lived such a short life’.

"The Steps We Take To Try To Conquer Grief", Huffington Post

October 10, 2017

A lot has been written about grief. You can Google it, and you will find any number of guides, or quotes laid on the background of a field, or fluffy white clouds.

Parents of twin boy who died fundraise for equipment to save 30 babies a year, Evening Standard

October 10, 2017

The parents of a twin boy who died suddenly at five and a half weeks today told of their extraordinary fundraising drive to keep his memory alive.

Islington couple raise £100,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital in memory of baby son James, who died a year ago, Islington Gazette

October 09, 2017

Islington couple Emily and Pete Shaw have raised more than £100k in one year in memory of their baby son, who died in October 2016.

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