Christmas is fast approaching and this little book will make a fantastic stocking filler, with proceeds going to Maddi’s Butterflies.
Maddi’s Butterflies want to say a huge thank you to Rachael Gavin for running the Liverpool marathon in loving memory of her dear boyfriend Matt Boardman who sadly passed away 1st February this year (Matt was laid to rest next to Maddi), Rachael raised a fantastic amount of £2’205…
TWO families rocked by tragedy have come together to raise money for seriously ill child-ren. Rachael Gavin, 24, a teacher of Wilpshire, Blackburn, lost her teaching assistant boy-friend Matt Boardman to an epilepsy-related illness in February. Before his death, aged 22, the couple had been touched
The total raised on the night is………….£13’442, this is absolutely an amazing amount for our 1st event, thank you everybody who attended the evening and also everybody who contributed to the night, you can all proudly say that you have helped put a smile back on these ch
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A TROPHY and shield in memory of cancer battler Madison Allan have been presented to her most determined school friend. Teachers at Lower Darwen Primary School decided to commission the award, which bares a butterfly design drawn by Madison, to be presented at the end of term assembly. The winner wa
A CHARITY party night is being organised to mark what would have been Madison Allan ’s eighth birthday. The Lower Darwen schoolgirl’s favourite colour of pink will be splashed across the Whitehall Hotel in Darwen, and there will be a three-course meal, a ‘fun casino’, ‘sweet trees’, and
Uncle Simon Foster ran as a torch bearer, in Preston 23rd June, in honour of Madison. It was a proud moment for him and the family. We only wish Maddi was there to do it with him, as that was the original plan. But we know she was smiling down on him. Well done Simon […]
THE uncle of Madison Allan, who lost her battle with cancer over Christmas, will be bearing the Olympic Flame in her memory. Simon Foster, from Darwen, applied through The Olympic’s sponsor, Coca Cola, before his seven-year-old niece lost her battle to Neuroblastoma. And now the 28-year-old