On Monday 20th August the wonderful life of Brummie legend, Harry Moseley will be marked. This amazing little boy who dedicated his young life to helping others has been awarded a star on the Broad Street Walk of Stars, with a big party planned to celebrate from Free Radio.
The awarding of the star will take place on Monday 20th August 12-2pm in Brindleyplace, Birmingham. The event is promised to great fun for all the family, with laughter and games to keep everyone entertained, young and old.
Whilst battling an inoperable brain tumour, Harry was inspired to make a difference to all people with brain cancer when a friend of his who also had a brain tumour became very ill. In just over two years Harry organised and attended nearly 100 events to raise money for and awareness of Brain Cancer.
Sadly Harry’s health took a sudden turn for the worse following brain surgery in August 2011 and after 14 weeks in a coma Harry passed away in his Mother’s arms peacefully at home on 8th October 2011.
The mission of Harry’s charity is to simply continue what he created in the hope that one day a cure for brain cancer can be found. The Help Harry Help Others charity is there to raise money and awareness to find a cure and also to support those families affected by brain tumours and charities that look after families, like hospices and hospitals.
Free Radio breakfast presenter Foxy said ‘Earlier this year Birmingham walked 26 miles for Harry’s charities raising a whopping £420,000, he did so much whilst he was alive, and his mum Georgie has now taken on the baton and we’re delighted that this is being recognised. On breakfast we campaigned for Harry to get this star on the show and over 3,500 people supported the cause, which was simply amazing’
Co-host Giuliano added ‘Please come along and help Free Radio celebrate this incredible little boy’s life, everyone’s invited to this party and the award it truly deserved’.
Help Harry Help Others is now a registered charity and like Harry always said about his bracelets is “hand made with love for all people with brain cancer”. To find out more about Harry’s charity visit www.hhho.co.uk or www.freeradio.co.uk.