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Businesses invited to rooftop reception for city based national charity

Midlands businesses will have the opportunity to learn about the work of a national charity based in the city at a special summer reception hosted by Children’s Liver Disease Foundation on July 12th 2018. The charity, which is based in Birmingham city centre, is the only one in the UK dedicated to fighting all childhood […]

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Catherine to celebrate her 60th by taking her daughters to Paris – by bike!

A grandmother from Witney is planning to celebrate her 60th birthday by cycling from London to Paris with her two daughters. Catherine O’Driscoll is hoping that the five-day trip, which begins on June 26, will raise £1250 for a charity which means a lot to her family, Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF). “My nephew Mark, […]

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Running for Naomi – couple raise £3,600 to fight childhood liver disease

Carmelina Alongi and Daimon Wellington from Virginia Water did their first running event last month when they took on the Richmond 10k to raise funds for Children’s Liver Disease Foundation. They were incredibly proud, not only to finish the race but to raise an amazing £3,645! Children’s Liver Disease Foundation is a special charity for […]

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Why May is a marathon month for Sophie and Megan

Eight year-old twins, Sophie and Megan Tubman, are taking on an ambitious challenge this month – they plan to complete a marathon! During May, the sisters from Whitfield in Dover will walk, run, swim or cycle a marathon distance in order to raise funds for a charity which means a great deal to them, Children’s […]

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Children’s charity in plea for local volunteers

Do you have a few hours to spare to help a Midlands children’s charity? If so, Children’s Liver Disease Foundation would love to hear from you. The charity, which is based in Birmingham, is the only one in the UK dedicated to fighting all childhood liver diseases. “We are a small charity who provide a […]

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Little Otis prepares for Snowdon trek to fight childhood liver disease

Jonathan and Danielle Roscoe from Norwood, Southport will be trekking up Snowdon next weekend (May 19) with their five month old son Otis and around 30 family and friends. The couple are aiming to raise £2,500 for Children’s Liver Disease, a charity very close to their hearts. “Our little superstar Otis was just five weeks […]

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In memory of Millie – Pink Wellies ball raises £22,000

A fundraising ball to commemorate what would have been the 18th birthday of Millie Watts has raised an amazing £22,000 for Children’s Liver Disease Foundation. The Pink Wellies Ball which took place at Marriott Bexleyheath on April 21st was organised by Helen and John Watts of Sidcup to celebrate the memory of their daughter, Millie, […]

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Birmingham children’s charity to benefit from festival with a difference

Birmingham based national charity, Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF) is delighted to be a chosen charity for Wool@J13, the national outdoor wool festival which is returning to the Midlands on May 12 and 13 following its successful launch last year. Wool@J13, which takes place at Penkridge, just off junction 13 of the M6, promises a […]

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Thank you to all the families who joined us at our recent Northern Ireland family weekend, from Saturday 14th to Sunday 15th April. We had a fantastic weekend of fun activities, good food, and great conversation, hosted by CLDF support team and Todd’s Leap Activity Centre. After welcoming everyone to the family weekend we started […]

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Marathon marks a major milestone for Laura!

Laura Bedward from Helmshore in Rossendale, is preparing to run the London Marathon next weekend, something her parents could not have dared hope for when she was a baby. Born with the rare liver disease, alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency, Laura was given a life-saving liver transplant when she was just three years old. Now she […]

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