Henry 'Dog' Bromberg Memorial Bench

Henry 'Dog' Bromberg was a little boy with a larger than life character who died in 2016, aged 9, awaiting a heart transplant. He called himself 'Dog' as his love of dogs was such that he insisted that he was one (a cute pug!)

He was an ambassador for the charity Readathon and appeared on Children in Need in November 2015, where he famously took the microphone off Alex Lovell (BBC Points West), and did a 2 minute ‘shout out’ without giving back the microphone —raising many thousands of pounds. This is still remembered by many today, and his legacy is huge.

Henry was full of mischief, and kept everyone fully entertained. He was brave to the end, with his mantra being, I will never, ever, ever, ever give up. 

Henry's grave is visited every day, and his parents would like to raise money for a memorial bench for family and friends to have somewhere special to sit when they visit him. To see more about Henry, please see his website www.henrybromberg.com


  • Anonymous 
    • £460 
    • 5 mos
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    • £20 
    • 13 mos
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    • 18 mos
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Laura Bromberg 
Walton Hill, South West England, United Kingdom