For our beautiful son Theo
born sleeping on 25th July 2016
15 families experience the same every day in the UK. We're raising money for Sands UK to help fund vital research and raise awareness of stillbirth.SponsorshipRaised £3640.00To Go £360.00
Stillbirth and neonatal death charity, working to improve the care bereaved parents receive, and promoting research to reduce the loss of babies' lives.
The Lily Mae Foundation is committed to supporting Parents and Families who have experienced a Stillbirth or Neonatal Death.
Funding research into pregnancy problems and provide pregnancy health information to parents. Tommy's believe it is unacceptable that one in four women lose a baby during pregnancy and birth.
Offer support and help families affected by sillbirth and neonatal death, to capture those lasting precious memories of their baby.
9th-15th October is Baby Loss Awareness Week, throughout the week bereaved parents, family members and friends can commemorate the all-too-brief lives of their babies.
I’m delighted to say that I have been shortlisted for the Inspirational Father award at The Butterfly Awards 2017! It was a complete surprise after Nickie (my wonderful wife and Theo’s Mummy) had nominated me for the awards some time ago. The first I knew was the weekend we were away for the Great North… View ArticleView article
It’s hard to believe that we’re now just days away from the London to Paris bike ride, having signed up some seven months ago. This was the first of many events we decided to do across 2017 to help raise awareness of stillbirth, raise some money for Sands and most importantly of all to help… View ArticleView article
Some of you may know that I have been learning to crochet recently. Although I’m not a pro (in any shape or form!), I’m putting my new skill to good use and I’m going to be selling these sets of three Christmas decorations for £10. I will be paying for the materials and the postage… View ArticleView article
#MovementsMatter Tommy’s recently launched a new campaign helping raise awareness of reduced fetal movements and encouraging mums-to-be to get to know their baby’s patterns and movements. The campaign highlights the current recommendations if you experience reduced fetal movements, primarily prompting people to call their midwife or maternity unit immediately if there is any change and not… View ArticleView article
On Sunday September 24 2017 in the heart of Birmingham, 15,000 cyclists will line up to start their unforgettable 100 mile route on completely closed roads, taking them through the picturesque Worcestershire and Herefordshire countryside before returning to Birmingham. Whether you are a seasoned sportive rider, a cycling newbie on a mission to complete a century ride or... View Article