Lilly’s Fund ❤️ ‌Lillys Fund ❤️ - She was diagnosed with liver cancer on the 25/10/2017 there were no signs that she was ill or Evan that something was wrong anyone that ones Lilly knows what a happy, hyper, outgoing, loving and all round nutter she is so we as a family never suspected anything until we see this lump on her belly witch was already a rather large mass! Lilly’s always been a bit up and down with her belly so I assumed she was constapted, I Evan took her to the out of hours child’s clinic about a month before diagnosis where they felt Lilly’s tummy extensively and did not say they was worried they reassured me that it was probably just her stomach glands swallow as her glands in her throat was! So Lilly was taken to the doctors me suspecting it was constipation, the dr felt Lilly’s tummy looked at me after making phone calls to the hospital, sending me out the room not knowing than to tell me to go to the hospital immediately and they would be waiting there. Once being at the hospital I had 3 senior consultants come down and check Lilly’s belly and said there’s a Large Mass it’s not good and that they were worried they said she couldn’t be scanned till first thing in the morning and that I was to go home and try not to worry as you can only imagine I was! I thought she had a trapped pooh, or like a cyst not CANCER! So going back in the morning with all the family by her side she went for a normal scan and was told they think it’s kidney cancer than to have a more accurate scan to be told it’s definitely Liver cancer! Since diagnosis to now 5/11/2017 she has been to the royal marsdon on several occasions to have lots of bloods this is a child’s cancer unit we’ve been into so it’s been utterly heartbreaking to watch other parents going through what Lilly will be! She will be having the tumour and part of the Liver removed Wednesday the 8/11/2017 hopefully this is a major operation that’s going to be atleast a six week recovery process, we will be in hospital for atleast a week and anyone that knows hospitals know how expensive this can be staying there, she will than have to have further chemotherapy to blast away any left over parts of the cancer. I’ve been writing a diary day in day out for Lilly’s journey so she can look back and see how strong she really was! I never thought this donation page would ever hit £200 let alone over £800! It’s doing amazing and I think now with the amount of backing and support we have we are looking to use most of the money for a once in a lifetime trip for Lilly for 2019 hopefully when she is better and clear of everything! She will still be scanned for a further 5 years regularly so I think the least this little girl deserves is a bravery award to DISNEY LAND, I’m not looking for this to go much further because the support already is emence and I truly didn’t think there could be this much kindness and generosity in this world for my little girl! But this is to reassure anyone that has donated/will donate that this money will rest assured be used for Lilly to better this time FOR HER! And if you’ve taken the time to read Lilly’s story, shared this or Evan commented to me about Lilly THANK YOU! I can’t thank everyone enough ❤️❤️❤️❤️ 

  • Cara Dilallo 
    • £10 
    • 41 mos
  • Joey Sturmey 
    • £5 
    • 41 mos
  • Nicola Spensley  
    • £10 
    • 41 mos
  • Leah Willis 
    • £5 
    • 41 mos
  • Karen Elsom  
    • £20 
    • 41 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Julieanne Leyser 
Gillingham, South East England, United Kingdom
Lara-Louise Leyser 
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