Cancer girl's fund raises thousands
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'Continuing our girl's fundraising fight'

Tens of thousands of pounds has been raised towards finding a cure for cancer in memory of a nine-year-old girl.

Lizzie Bramall, from Nayland, Suffolk, died in 2018 just nine months after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour.

During her treatment, the keen baker helped with medical trials and raised money through her own cookery book to find a cure.

Through sales of the book and other activities, Lizzie's Fund has raised a whopping £140,000.

Lizzie was an only child to parents Sally and Mark Bramall.

Speaking of her legacy, Mrs Bramall said: "If we can do our little bit to help for the next generation then that's a really positive thing. And I can feel that Lizzie would be shouting and cheering for that."

  • 11 Mar 2019
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