Remembering Layton Boys-Hope

Our fundraising achievements in memory of Layton Boys-Hope

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    Amount we’ve raised in Layton’s memory $409.15

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    UK Sepsis Trust

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    • Donation by Bryony Jones


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    • Donation by Nicholas Griffin


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    • Laytons-Legacy

      Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

      This has been set up in memory of our little monkey. On the 9th February 2015 Layton who is the little boy in the photo sadly passed away following complications from contracting chickenpox he contracted them on the Wednesday 4th February. As everyone knows chickenpox is a normal childhood illness, his older brother also had chickenpox the week before so we knew that it was only a matter of time before Layton started showing signs of the infection which he did.

      On Sunday the 8th he started to show signs of improvement and back to his normal cheeky little self only to take a turn for the worst, both myself and his mam noticed that his breathing had became heavy and his temperature was high so we took him to our local a and e department where they began to examine him and took blood tests from him they detected a bacterial infection in his blood and admitted him to the ward for observation.

      He then took a major turn for the worst and began to crash the hospital were preparing him to be taken to a specialist hospital by placing him on life support as they had found that he had sepsis, he suffered a massive cardiac arrest and sadly passed away in the early hours of Monday 9th February.

      What Is Sepsis? 

      Sepsis is a life-threatening illness caused by your body’s response to an infection. Your immune system protects you from many illnesses and infections, but it’s also possible for it to go into overdrive in response to an infection. 

      Sepsis develops when the chemicals the immune system releases into the bloodstream to fight an infection cause inflammation throughout the entire body instead. Severe cases of sepsis can lead to septic shock, which is a medical emergency. 

      How can we help?  

      Every year in the UK there are 150,000 cases of Sepsis, resulting in a staggering 44,000 deaths – more than bowel, breast and colon cancer combined. The UK Sepsis Trust (UKST) was established as a charity in 2012 with the objective of saving 12,500 lives every year. We are committed to changing the way the NHS deals with Sepsis, to increasing public awareness and supporting those affected by Sepsis. Every penny you donate is valuable in helping us achieve our goals, together we can help to mend Sepsis.

       It is estimated that it costs just £90 to save a life from Sepsis 

      £5 provides an information booklet to relatives of 10 patients admitted to ITU 

      £10 will allow us to distribute 200 leaflets to a GP surgery 

      £999 will provide one hospital with a 'Sepsis pack' to aid implementation  


      Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Donations made in memory of Layton Boys-Hope19

    • Donation by Bryony Jonesto David's page on 15/02/2019


      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Nicholas Griffinto David's page on 15/02/2019


      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto David's page on 09/02/2019

    • Donation by Siobhan Corriato David's page on 04/02/2019


      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Karen Smithto David's page on 25/01/2019

      In memory of Layton.


      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Tara Jonesto David's page on 04/11/2018



      + £1.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by ray scottto David's page on 15/09/2018

    • Donation by Darrento David's page on 12/07/2018

      Cheers Dave!


      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Ann Ato David's page on 03/04/2018

      Best wishes.


      + £1.25 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Karen Smithto David's page on 16/01/2018

      Just a small amount to help you a bit closer to your target, sorry I can’t afford more at the moment. Best wishes.


      + £0.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Lisa Amicoto David's page on 03/09/2017

      In loving memory of your little monkey x


      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Linn B. Haltonto David's page on 18/04/2017

      Such a wonderful little guy and I'm so sorry for your loss. My ❤️ goes out to your family.

    • Donation by Anonymousto David's page on 21/12/2016


      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto David's page on 13/09/2016


      + £3.51 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Anonymousto David's page on 02/08/2016

      In memory of your gorgeous baby x ❤️


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    • Donation by Sallyto David's page on 02/08/2016

      What a beautiful special boy. Very sad to read your story which I saw as a retweet.


      + £2.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Louiseto David's page on 26/07/2016

      In memory of your beautiful child


      + £5.00 Gift Aid

    • Donation by Shazto David's page on 25/07/2016


      + £12.50 Gift Aid

    • Donation by MedTekto David's page on 25/07/2016

      Layton will continue to live on in all our hearts.


    Charities we're helping 1

    • UK Sepsis Trust

      UK Sepsis Trust

      Sepsis accounts for 52,000 deaths annually in the UK, that’s more than breast cancer, bowel cancer and prostate cancer put together. Sepsis is the acute bodily reaction to infection. Symptoms initially present as flu like but can rapidly deteriorate into a life threatening condition.

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