In July 2016 our 5 year old son Callum was diagnosed with Burkitt's Leukaemia, a rare, fast-growing cancer of the blood.
After 6 months of very intense treatment and expert care from the doctors and nurses at Birmingham Children's Hospital, Callum's cancer is now in remission.
Now 6 years old, Callum is enjoying getting back to normal - regaining his strength, attending school full time and playing with his friends and little sister, Emily.
On Sunday 24th September 2017, to help raise money for Cure Leukaemia, I will be participating in Velo Birmingham, a 100 mile cycle route through the Worcestershire and Herefordshire countryside.
See more of Callum's story here: https://www.facebook.com/Callums-progress-581120992060815/
Cure Leukaemia (CL) helps to save lives and hasten global progress towards eradicating blood cancer within the next 30 years. CL supports the internationally renowned Centre for Clinical Haematology in Birmingham and a network of specialist research nurses across the UK who administer often world first and potentially life-saving clinical trials to leukaemia patients who have exhausted standard treatments. In 2017, Cure Leukaemia is committed to raising an additional £1m to double the Centre's capacity for patients, world first trials & nurses.