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Fundraising dinner offers unique experience for lovers of fine food

Food lovers are being offered the chance to join in a unique evening of fabulous food and fine wine at the Chefs’ Gala Dinner, taking place at London’s Jumeirah Carlton Tower hotel on Monday March 18. The event, which takes place every two years in aid of Children’s Liver Disease Foundation, is usually only available […]

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Lost & Found reception to boost local charity support from businesses

Birmingham businesses will be able to find out why they should be joining in with Big Yellow Friday, the annual fundraiser for Children’s Liver Disease Foundation at an afternoon reception at the Lost & Found in Birmingham city centre on February 12. At the event, which will be attended by the Lord Mayor, Councillor Yvonne […]

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Miller’s competition success inspires more superhero stories

An imaginative eight year-old boy from Birmingham has turned his family’s experience with a serious illness into a story which has won praise from best-selling children’s author, David Walliams.   Miller Brennan, who lives in Kings Heath, learned all about children’s liver disease in August last year when his baby brother, Huxley, was born with […]

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Ben’s festive trim raises funds to fight childhood liver disease

Ben Fletcher from Twickenham has not had his hair cut for three years.  This Christmas, however, his long locks will be getting the chop in a bid to raise £1,000 for Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF). Twenty five year old Ben, who is currently setting up his own business, first became aware of the work […]

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Aunty Lizz gives Trinity’s fundraising campaign a real lift

A weightlifting competition with a difference is taking place in Alfreton this weekend (Saturday December 1). Organiser Lizz Walters has decided to turn her hobby into a fundraiser for a charity very close to her heart, Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF). “My niece Trinity was born with a rare liver disease and received a life-saving […]

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Boot campers swap sprinting for spray tans as they prepare for Full Monty

A group of boot camp regulars will be working up a sweat for very different reasons next Saturday (November 24) when they perform a Full Monty routine for Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF). The charity is a special one to Michael Butterfield from Allerton Bywater, who runs the Commando Fit boot camp at Temple Newsam, […]

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City charity seeks new trustees

A Birmingham charity is marking National Trustees Week by appealing for people from the local business community to join its Board of Trustees as it develops its work supporting families affected by childhood liver disease throughout the UK. For almost 40 years, Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF) has played a pivotal role in advancing understanding […]

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Charlotte says thank you to charity with a fundraising ball

A nurse from Stourport, who was born with a rare liver disease and received a life-saving transplant when she was 15, has raised over £3000 for Children’s Liver Disease Foundation by hosting a fundraising ball. Charlotte Worton organised the event for 170 guests at the Treetops Pavilion at West Midlands Safari Park on Saturday evening […]

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Clare’s Royal run raises funds to fight childhood liver disease

Clare Frenay from Elmdon has never let the fact that she was born with a rare liver disease hold her back. The 27-year-old is not only a proud intensive care nurse working at Guys and St Thomas hospital in London, but she has just completed her first half marathon, raising £1020 for Children’s Liver Disease […]

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Gary’s Royal run to fight childhood liver disease

Gary Hammond from Darlington made the trip down to London at the weekend (October14) to take part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon, which starts and finishes in Hyde Park, taking in many of London’s famous landmarks along the way. Forty-two year old Gary not only completed his first half marathon but also raised £600 […]

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