Heroic Harvey is a super survivor
Rebecca Pocklington • Published 26 Oct 2012 17:00 1 Comment
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Five-year-old Harvey Nelson leans in for a bite of his super hero-themed cake.
AN INSPIRATIONAL youngster who showed incredible bravery to beat cancer at age of five has been celebrating with a super hero party.
Harvey Nelson, was diagnosed with kidney cancer 18 months ago, aged four, on the same day his baby sister Holly Rose Brambley was born.
Parents Daniel Brambley and Emma Nelson organised a party - with a theme fitting of their son's courage - at the community centre in Tawny Owl Square, near their Jennett's Park home, on Sunday to thank the community for its support.
Beaming with delight, Harvey said: "The bouncy castle is my favourite part of today, everyone is here for me. I am having an amazing time."
Harvey was given the all-clear on September 24 - you can read about his incredible story and see more heroic photos in this week's Bracknell News.
This article appeared in Bracknell News 25 Oct 12
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Nov 5, 16:50
Relay for Life Ascot would love to hear from Harvey and his family. Our event at Ascot Race Course raises funds and awareness for Cancer Research UK and opens with a survicors lap of honour which we would love Harvey to lead out as a young cancer survivor - what a great way to celebrate the wonderful "all clear frim cancer". Perhaps family and friends might be interested in putting a team in in support of Harvey. Our website is www.relayforlifeascot.co.uk or you can email me,Rose Dalton,at email@example.com or phone 07799114868
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