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On this page you will see the children Chelsea's Angels donated to in 2011.

Sadie Rose is 16 months old and has Neuroblastoma. The charity got in touch with the production team of Peppa Pig that are touring the country. We asked if Sadie Rose could come watch the show and have a meet and greet after. They have organised this and provided free tickets for the show in June and will also give some Peppa toys to Sadie Rose. The charity will be providing lunch in a restaurant for the family too on their day out. Hope you have a lovely day.

Catherine is nearly 2 years old and has Rhabdomyosarcoma, fewer than 60 children are diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoman in the UK each year. She will be due to finish a course of Radiotherapy soon and her Mummy wanted a special treat for Catherine. The charity donated and special edition Little Tykes Cosey Coupe and a Leapfrog My Puppy Pal. We hope Catherine has lots of fun in her new little car.

Ruby Tanswell was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma at 16 months old, fewer than 60 children are diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoman in the UK each year. Her family are currently in America so Ruby can have Proton Therapy. The charity has donated 1000 towards their expenses whilst living out their for accomodation etc. We wish Ruby all the best for her treatment and hope she's home soon.

Jessica Magnus was diagnosed with Ganglioneuroblastoma in December 2005, aged 4, extremely rare form of childhood cancer. In Feb 2011 she had surgery to take out the tumour inside of her spinal canal, insert spinal growth rods and straighten the spine.

She will have to spend a lot of time at home in bed for recovery and the charity has donated a TV/DVD combi for Jessica's room. We wish Jessica a speedy recovery from the operation.

Jasmine Flay, now 16, has multiple endocrine neaplasia, a condition suffered by only a handful of people UK-wide. In multiple endocrine neoplasia, a number of different tumours develop in the endocrine system. The endocrine system is a network of glands in the body. The word neoplasia means 'new growth' or 'tumour'

Jasmine has been receiving pioneering treatment in the USA and is responding well which is brilliant news.

A friend was trying to find a charity that would help siblings of the child diagnosed. Jasmine has 3 sisters, Paige, Laura & Angel and we understand that siblings also need help, support and smiles too. The charity decided to donate a trampoline for them all to use and have fun.


Nicholas Carson had Neuroblastoma and is doing really well from an oncology point of view. However, he still has residual tumour in his spine.

Nicholas had asked his mum for tickets to see his heroes, at the WWE Wrestling Tour. Chelsea's Angels have organised the tickets for Nicholas and his family to go see the tour in June. We hope they have a great time.

Leighton Cook is 3 years old and was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in 2010. He is currently undergoing treatment here in the UK but his family are working towards raising funds for treatment in Germany.

The charity has donated 500 towards parking costs which are costing the family 14 a day and childcare costs for Leightons siblings whilst he is in hospital. We hope this helps and takes some of the strains away from the family.

Sophie was diagnosed with a rare anaplastic ependymoma (brain tumour) when she was just 11 months old. She has recently completed a 16 month programme of chemotherapy in Sheffield.

We know only too well the stress/strains that a family have to go through, emotionally, financially and physically. The family would like to take Sophie to France to see her Grandma who hasn't seen Sophie for some time now. Chelsea's Angels have donated 500 towards the cost of their family holiday and we hope they have a lovely time, rest and enjoy.

Charlie is nearly 3 years old and was diagnosed with a Diffuse pontine glioma (brainstem tumour) in August 2010. Sadly to say there is no cure for this type of tumour and what time he and his family have left together is very precious.

His family are trying to raise money to get Charlie to Disneyland and make his dreams come true. The charity wanted to help as Chelsea wanted to go to Disneyland, but she was too poorly and the cost was phenomenal for insurance etc. We have donated 700 to the family and hope it helps get them to Disneyland.

Little Zack Truman is 2 years old and was diagnosed with Wilms Tumour but all of this put a strain on his little heart and he suffered heart failure. He was in a coma and was placed on the critical list. However, he came through that and a few days ago, had his kidney removed at Leeds hospital.

He is doing well and the charity have given the family a cash donation to make life a little easier for them whilst Zack in hospital quite a distance away from home. Also this will help with any other costs associated with having a child in hospital for long periods of time. We wish Zack better real soon.

Kacie Clough was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in December 2010. She is now 3 years old and has finished 70 rounds of chemotherapy and this month the family received some good news her bone marrow is free of cancer.

Kacie still has a lot of treatment ahead of her, including more chemo and an operation to remove a tumour, so the charity have donated a trampoline and slide so Kacie can enjoy time in the garden with family and friends. It will be waiting for her when she comes home from her operation. We send lots of love to Kacie and her family.


Kieron is 12 years old and has Ewings Sarcoma he has a younger sister called Alyssa who is 6 years old.

Kieron already has an Ipod and Alyssa has wanted one too and as we feel its just as important to provide smiles for siblings, the charity has donated an Ipod to Alyssa. We wish Kieron well for the future and hope the Ipod keep Alyssa entertained. Lots of love x

camillie In June 2009, Camille was diagnosed with an Intracranial Ependymoma situated in the fourth ventricle between the cerebellum and the brain stem at the base of the brain.

Camille and her family have been out to America for Proton Therapy. They would like to get their garden at home turfed, so its level and safe for Camillie to enjoy playing in the garden.

Chelsea's Angels donated 300 towards the makeover of their garden, we hope Camille can soon play happily and safely in her own garden. Lots of love

Aiden Shivers is 4 years old and has Neuroblastoma. Sadly about a month ago drs told his mummy that he only had 2 months left to live, there was nothing more they could do.

For now they are taking each day at a time, he's still managing to go to nursery and loves singing and dancing and playing with his toys.

We have organised for Aiden and his family a weeks holiday to Haven, Berwick upon Tweed. We hope enjoy meeting the characters at your meet & greet. Have fun everyone xx

Christopher is 16 years old and was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma and also Malignant fibrous histiocytoma in his temporal lobe. His consultant has never seen this in the brain before. Less than 90 children a year develop Medulloblastoma or PNET in the UK.

Christopher absolutely loves motor cross and strives to continue this hobby even after all he has been through, he hasn't given up on his dream. We booked some lessons for him with Gary Hoptrough and hope its a great day for him.

Lewis Mighty has Neuroblastoma and is doing extremely well in his fight against this disease. He loves football and has just started football training. His mum asked the charity if we could possibly donate a goal keeper net, which we glady arranged. Have fun Lewis, keep your daddy busy as he tries to beat the goalie xx

Alesha is nearly 2 years old and is undergoing radiation therapy for Atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumour (AT/RT). She absolutely adores Peppa Pig and her Mummy wanted Alesha to meet Peppa before she started the treatment as there is a chance of brain damage. We managed to arrange with Girls That Sparkle a meet with Peppa. We hope Alesha had a fab time as Peppa was honoured to meet a very special, brave little girl.

Evie is 1 years old and has Supratentorial Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumors (PNET) Grade 4, which is rare but she also has a grade 3/4 malignant Glioneuronal tumor this is so rare you will find it hard to find 20 children in the world with it.

Evie's Mummy tries to keep things as normal as possible for her and wanted a trike as all of Evie's friends have started to go out on little push along bikes/trikes. So the charity has donated a Smart Trike which we hope brings lots of fun and enjoyment to Evie.

Belen is 6 years old and has Diffuse Pontine Glioma, less than 40 children a year develop pontine glioma in the UK. Because Belen is still undergoing treatment she still has a line in and is missing out on swimming.

So her family asked if we could help with the cost of a Dry Suit which are specifically made for children with Hickman Lines. We hope you have great time back in the water.

In March, just days before his seventh birthday, Zac's family was given hope when they learned he was in remission but a few months later doctors in Germany gave them the devastating news that his latest scan had revealed a small amount of Neuroblastoma on his lymph nodes in his abdomen.

Zac's family need to raise about 20,000 to help pay for his latest treatment, including tablets costing 3,000 a course and travel/accomodation costs to Germany. The charity was asked if they could help financially and we have donated 1000 to Zac's appeal. Wishing all goes well with your treatment Zac.

Three-year-old Vannie Arlan will have to leave behind in Sheffield his twin sister Jaylan and big sister Zilan, five, when he and mum Kirsty fly to Jacksonville in Florida. Vannie will receive proton therapy on the Rhabdomyosarcoma behind his eye and within the side of his face.

Whilst he and his mum are away, family will be revamping the garden so he has somewhere nice and safe to play. The family had been fundraising to pay for the makeover, and Chelsea's Angels have donated 300 towards the costs involved. Hope you have lots of fun playing in your new garden.

Megan is 8 years old and was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, she has been off treatment now for 5 years but still has the tumour. She also still undergoes many other treatments/operations due to the effects of Neuroblastoma. Her mummy thought it would be nice for her to have a little treat to take away some of the sadness she feels at times living with the after effects of this nasty disease. Chelsea's Angels donated an Ipod touch, we hope its keeping you busy.

In December 2010, at 14 months old, Ben Thomas Lee was diagnosed with stage 4 MYC-N amplified high risk Neuroblastoma. Sadly Ben is not strong enough to travel abroad for treatment. So his mummy & daddy have brought him home to spend precious time together. They took a trip with Ben's brother Max to Centre Parks. So Chelsea's Angels sent a donation to use as spending money for the boys on their holiday. Hope you had a fab time.

Connor is 5 years old and has relapsed with Neuroblastoma. He and his family really wanted a break away, either in a caravan or camping. So we organised a week away at Haven and hope that they had the best time.

Corey is 2 years old and has been diagnosed with Neuroblastoma. His family and friends are raising funds to take him to CHOP (Philadelphia) for Immunotherapy treatment. Because we know how difficult it is to raise large amounts of money for funding treatment abroad, we wanted to help. Funds have been donated for the family to use as needed. Wishing you all the best for raising the money and for the treatment.

The charity had arranged for Sadie Rose who has Neuroblastoma to go to see Peppa Pig and meet her backstage, however Sadie was admitted to hospital and couldn't make the show. This treat was all arranged by the creators of the show, complimentary. So because Sadie missed out, we have organised a 2 day trip for Sadie and her family to Alton Towers. We hope you have a lovely time and the horrid bugs stay away and let you enjoy some time with mummy and daddy.

We had a request from another lady who fundraises to help children with brain tumours, Tracey. Charlie is 6 years old and was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2005, Choroid plexus tumours are rare intraventricular tumours. He did have surgery to remove the tumour and has had successful treatment for futher tumours.

Sadly, he has had recurrence of several brain tumours and has also developed eary stage Leukaemia. There is no other treatment for his condition now, just palliative care to focus on keeping Charlie as happy and comfortable as possible. The charity was asked if we could provide an Xbox 360 with a Star Wars Lego game, which we gladly donated. Take care Charlie.

Dylane was diagnosed with a Medullablastoma brain tumour at the beginning of October 2010 when she was 4 years old. From an oncology point of view Dylane is doing ok, but they take a day at a time. The cancer has left Dylane with many other issues, including sight, memory and mobility problems.

Her mummy to treat Dylane to lots of summer activities, so the charity sent a grant so that they could enjoy some family together. One of them being a trip to the seaside, as the picture to the side shows.

Emma is 4 years old and was diagnosed with Wilms Tumour she is currently undergoing treatment. We were asked by a friend of the family if we could organise a suprise gift.

Emma also has a twin sister, so we decided to send them each a bike. We hope you have lots of fun and like them


Chloe is 17 years old and has Neuroblastoma. She lives very local to the charity too and we wanted to offer our support.

Chloe has been saving hard towards buying herself an Ipad 2 which would help with long periods in hospital etc. We donated the remainder of the monies she needed to purchase the Ipad 2.

Molly is 9 years old and has Wilms Tumour, she is undergoing chemotherapy and to help pass the time away in hospital, the charity have donated an Ipod. We hope it helps Molly, take care.

Alex is 3 years old and has Neuroblastoma, Stage 4 which has relapsed. The family wanted to take a trip to a very child friendly hotel to Crieff which also included a day trip to Balamory. We were able to send funds to help them take the much needed break. Hope it was a great time.

We are in close contact with another charity, Indee Rose Trust who needed help for a 14 year old boy wanting a ride in a tank. Geoffrey has Peripheral PNET and is receiving palliative care.

We got in touch with Tanks-a-Lot who helped us organise this for him. He went with his family and was able to have a go driving 2 tanks. We hope you enjoyed your day.

Shaylee is 5 years old and has Glioblastoma Grade 4 Multiform, an inoperable brain tumour. Whilst glioblastomas can occur at any age, they are especially rare in the young.

A family friend wanted something nice for Shaylee and her family so we sent tickets for Peppa Pig world and also contributed towards petrol as they had a fair way to travel. We hope they all had the best time.

Riley is 2 1/2 yrs old and has Neuroblastoma Stage 4 with brain and spinal tumours. A friend of the family wanted to suprise Riley and his family with a treat. We organised tickets to Legoland for all the family. This would a lovely treat for Riley after finishing chemotherapy. Hope it was a great day for all

Armani is 5 years old and was diagnosed September 2007 with high risk Neuroblastoma and is now doing well. He has to wear hearing aids due to severe high pitch hearing loss from the chemotherapy but other than that is well. His mum wondered if we could help as his younger brother had accidently broken Armani's DS and he would love a new one. So we have sent a Nintendo DS with 2 games and a protective case, (just in case little hands get hold of it) :)

Lucy is 2 years old and is currently on maintenance treatment for Infant ALL (different to Childhood ALL and much rarer). She was diagnosed at 7 months old in May 2010. She is doing very well but her mummy would love something special for her.

They would love to move Lucy's bedroom to a bigger room in the house and make it pretty and special for her, so we have sent funds to help with decorations, furnishings etc. Can't wait to see the finished result.

Ellie is 15 years old and was diagnosed with Stage 3 Neuroblastoma at the age of 2, with very poor prognosis. Twelve years on and she has now been diagnosed with Osteosarcoma of the right femur. Ellie has had her right femur removed and replaced with a metal implant.

We tried desperately to organise Ellie's wish to see Rihanna, but everyone we contacted, couldn't help us. So Ellie asked about going to see XFactor but again this was a so hard to arrange. We had to register for tickets and hope we would be picked randomly, but sadly we weren't.

Ellie wanted to make her room really pretty and decorate it so we donated funds for her to purchase what she needed for this. We hope it helps and would love to see it when it's finished.

Bernard is 6 years old and has Neuroblastoma. We donated a Playstation 3 with some games which was donated just before Christmas. So it was lovely to see him open the present on Christmas Day. Keep smiling Bernard x

Isabella is 11 years old and was 4 years old when she was diagnosed with a Orbital Pamenangeal Rhabdomyosarcoma. She has been in remission for 6 years now unfortunately the side effects of the radiotherapy are pretty grim, she is blind in one eye and deaf in on ear.

A few weeks ago Isabella had a small stroke, and drs have now found out that she has a very rare side effect to the radiotherapy, called Moya Moya disease. Isabella has been so brave through all of this and her mummy wondered if we could help with an Ipod Touch. We gladly helped such a brave young lady.

Charlotte is 7 years old and lives locally to the charity. She has a brain tumour, Medulloblastoma. Charlotte can no longer write due to nerve damage caused by the removal of the tumour.

She is hoping to start college next September but won't have the use of her school laptop. We donated funds towards an Apple laptop, this will enable Charlotte to continue her education and be independant. Good luck for the future Charlotte.

Lucas is 1 year old and has Rhabdomyosarcoma, currently undergoing proton therapy in Florida. His family are having to fund being out in America as well as keep their family home here in the UK. Also one sibling has had to stay at home with his dad whilst they are abroad. So the charity has donated funds to help with bills and hopefully get Lucas's siblings out to America to see his mum for a while. Hope all goes well.

Chiane is 5 years old and has been diagnosed with a Supratentorial Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor (PNET), a very aggressive and rare brain tumour. Her family are raising funds to take Chiane to America for treatment. We have donated funds towards their appeal, we wish everything goes well.

Tily is 2 years old and has Medulloblastoma, she is currently undergoing treatment, due to start more radiotherapy. Things can be very tough on a family when a child is undergoing treatment, up and down to the hospital etc. We have donated funds to help out financially, we hope this helps.

The charity have donated to 3 special little boys who are all friends.

Riley is 4 years old and has Wilms tumour,

Spencer has Neuroblastoma and

Connor has Non Hodgkins Lymphoma.

We thought it would be nice for them to go to Toys R Us and choose what they wanted. They also have another friend called Alex who has ALL and have decided to share their vouchers with him so they can all have a lovely day together.