2018 has been a very rocky year.
For those of you that don't already know, Nia Roscoe was diagnosed with a brain tumour this year, the only good news to come out of that diagnosis was that the tumour was benign.
That did not mean Nia was out of the woods yet!
A few months passed, it became clear that Nia needed to have surgery to remove the tumour.
Nia went through a gruelling 12 HOURS of surgery to try and remove the tumour that was growing on her brain.
If that wasn't bad enough, Nia was also operated on, on her stomach to remove fat to add in place of the tumour.
Recovery was tough, but Nia was not letting it beat her.
The scars from surgery did not want to heal to begin with & it took numerous trips back to The Walton Centre to retreat them.
With only 10 weeks of recovery Nia come bursting back onto the scene & got straight back to work!
The aim of this page is to gain enough popularity for us to raise much needed funds for The Walton Centre so they can continue their hard work with each & every one of their patients.
We will be doing as many FUN & DARING Fundraising events as possible throughout 2019.
We hope you'll join us on this exciting journey.
Jess & Nia
The Walton Centre in Liverpool offers a world class neuroscience service which includes many pioneering techniques, cutting edge treatments; and clinicians who are international leaders in their field. Over 100,000 patients are treated at the hospital each year with conditions ranging from head and spinal trauma injuries; brain and spine tumours; Epilipsy, MS, Motor Neurone Disease and Parkinson.The Charity funds a variety of projects in the hospital including research, innovation, new technology and patient & family facilities.