Post Pals

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Christmas Wishes

On Saturday 26th of November 10 families with a seriously ill (or recently bereaved) child will meet Father Christmas at Chessington World of Adventures and will tell him what they would like for Chrstmas. What the families don't know though is that some special helpers are listening in and will rush around Woking to purchase the gifts so Mrs Claus can deliver them the next day!

Sadly shops don't accept wishes or magic dust so we need some help to make these wishes come true! We are budgeting £50 per child (25 children in total), if you could help a wish come true it would be much appricated! We will be posting pictures of the children opening their gifts so you can see their smiles!

If you would like to 'meet' the families you are helping please go to The families coming are

Poppy age 9, she has had a 5 organ transplant and for a long time was admitted to intensive care every month. She still spends lots of time in hospital

Grace age 9 has Leukaemia 

Lewis is 12 (he completely believes in the magic of Christmas and is going to be very excited to see Mickey Mouse there too!) and has Batterns Disease which has a life expectancy of 12. He is connected to a ventilator, has lots of seizures and is unable to go to school.

Lilly is 10 and has Koolen Syndrome that causes epilepsy, autism and she is going blind.

Ebonie is 3 and has been on constant chemo for 2 and half years. The chemo has now been stopped as her cancer keeps growing despite every combination possible being used.

Felix is  9 and has a type of Leukaemia which means he has to have 3 and half YEARS of daily chemotherapy

Olivia is 8 and recently her brother died after spending his whole life in hospital. For most of this time Olivia has had to live with her Nan and saw her brother go through so much in intensive care including every Christmas.

Lewis is 6 and like Felix he has 3 and half YEARS of daily chemo to go through. He was diagnosed just before Christmas last year and spent it on an onclolgoy ward.

Sophie is 6 and her brain tumour has left her dependnant on a ventilator 24/7. She spent nearly a year in hospital including last Christmas.

All these children very much need some magic!


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