A bereaved mum is preparing to take part in Keech Hospice Care's Midnight Walk on September 1 in Luton to raise funds for terminally ill children.
Natalie Morley from Bean Hill, son Kaine was supported by Keech Hospice Care who died just before his fifth birthday in 2010.
The Midnight Walk is an important yearly event for Natalie when she can walk in memory of her son.
Soon after Kaine was born Natalie knew that something was wrong and after 24 hours of not feeding he was admitted to hospital.
At the hospital they saw that Kaine had problems with his eyes and ears.
As the months went by the problems increased – Kaine experienced seizures, needed oxygen 24 hours a day, a ventilator a night and had poor muscle tone.
However he was never diagnosed with a condition and doctors are still trying to understand what was wrong.
Keech Hospice Care is appealing for ladies to take part in this year’s walk - for more information www.keech.org.uk/midnightwalk or call 01582 707940.
No other event gives such a helping hand to a local family living with terminal illness and bereavement.
Every step the ladies take on the Midnight Walk helps Keech Hospice Care provide specialist care and support to families in need.