Junior warrior for candlelighters

At the end of October last year, Elsie who is 3 was diagnosed with Leukeamia - as you can imagine this shook our world.   We spent 3 weeks at the beginning of Elsie's treatment in Leeds General Infirmary. The candlelighters supported us from day one and continue to support us with through every step of Elsie's treatment. 
During the past few months, Spencer, her older brother has been an absolute rock for Elsie spending time playing with her, reading stories to her when she has been too ill to get out of bed, putting up with her temper tantrums during periods when she is on steriods etc etc.    Throughout this time, he has never complained but has pandered to her needs and continued to be the loving big brother he is. 
A few weeks ago Spencer came to us and asked if he could do something to help raise money for the people who are helping Elsie. Spencer decided he wanted to take part in the junior warrior that will be held in June and he has managed to get a few of his footie friends and their siblings to join in. 
Please if you can spare a couple of quid it really would mean the world to Spencer to be able to give something back and it will also be supporting an amazing charity! 

Lots of love

The Johnsons 



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Naomi Johnson 
Leconfield, Yorkshire and the Humber, United Kingdom
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