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Don't forget if you’re out and about Christmas shopping in Grand Central Birmingham tomorrow and Sunday, you'll have the opportunity to have your Christmas gifts professional boxed in return for a donation to Stephen's Story supporting Teenage Cancer Trust

Join the team from BoxMart UK a professional gift-packaging supplier from Shenstone, Lichfield, at the top of the escalators leading from...
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12/04/2016 at 18:15. Facebook
You probably don’t need me to remind you but Christmas Day is three weeks away!!

Hopefully you’re a bit more organised than me and have started your Christmas shopping or at least have an idea of what to buy friends and family.

If you’re out and about in Birmingham city centre next weekend doing your Christmas shopping and want to take your presents home in gorgeous gift boxes then I know...
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12/03/2016 at 16:04. Facebook
Official light switch on of 'Tree for Stephen' in Burntwood
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas here at Walsall Manor Hospital.

Thanks to Jane Sutton, mother of inspirational fundraiser Stephen for turning on our Christmas tree lights this afternoon.
She was joined by Deputy Mayor of Walsall Councillor Marco Longhi and our Chief Executive Richard Kirby.

She told the crowd, who had assembled for the main event, that she would keep her son’s...
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Tree for Stephen being prepared for switch on Saturday 4pm in Stephen's home town of Burntwood
Genetic Testing in Teens and Young AdultsStephen Sutton was an exceptional young man who made a huge impact as a Teenage Cancer Trust ambassador and fundraiser. Despite an incurable diagnosis, Stephen remained positive and determined to make a difference up until he passed away in May 2014.

Jane Sutton and Dr. Julian Barwell's International Conference Guest blogs | Teenage Cancer Trust

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Last Sunday evening I attended the Great Midlands Fun Run #GMFR2016 Presentation where it was announced that a grand total of £283,300 had been raised from the 2016 event.

The evening was all about celebrating the achievements of the 6400 participants, across all age groups and all levels of fitness who walked, jogged or ran the 8.5 mile course.

Everyone had their own personal reasons for...
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So yesterday afternoon, and evening, saw me at my second ‘Find Your Sense of Tumour’ #FYSOT conference.

FYSOT gives young people the opportunity to find out what they need to know about cancer, its effects, share experiences and ask questions to a panel of experts. The two-day residential event provides vital practical, emotional and social support, focusing on key issues young cancer...
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Well what an amazing night I had at the The Pride of Britain Awards. As my photos posted last night show, I was lucky enough to meet quite a few celebrities!

I’d like to say massive congratulations to Ben Smith The 401 Challenge who was a worthy winner of the 2016 Daily Mirror The Pride of Britain Awards National Fundraiser of the Year at the glittering ceremony in London last night.

His 401...
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Just a few people i've 'bumped' into at the start of the The Pride of Britain Awards
The Pride of Britain Awards on the red carpet Helen Skelton and Lesley Joseph.
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It’s hard to believe that just over two years ago, I accepted the first ever posthumous The Pride of Britain Awards Award presented to Stephen #StephenSutton #StephensStory after he was nominated by tens of thousands of people for the Special Recognition Award.

Tomorrow morning, I’ll be setting off to attend this year’s ceremony, this time representing itv Central West Midlands as its...
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What a few weeks it’s been!! My climb of Mount Kilimanjaro already seems a distant memory!

I returned home at 9pm on Tuesday, 11th October and was back at my desk the following morning.

What I didn’t expect on the Friday morning was to see ITV Central presenter, Genelle Aldred, standing by the side of my desk at work to present me with ITV Central West Midlands The Pride of Britain Awards,...
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Jane, from Burntwood, Staffordshire, is continuing the remarkable work of her son Stephen Sutton, who, despite facing his own incurable cancer, inspired millions around the world with his positive attitude, to raise funds and awareness for us.

Jane Sutton honoured by Prime Minister for continuing son Stephen's legacy | Teenage Cancer Trust

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Ahead of my interview on BBC Midlands Today with @nickowentv last night, I was interviewed on four local radio stations: BBC WM 95.6FM BBC Hereford & Worcester BBC Radio Stoke & BBC Coventry & Warwickshire talking about my climb of Mount Kilimanjaro for Teenage Cancer Trust
Despite wearing three pairs of gloves, I managed to shoot this short video as we were walking between Stella Point [18,885ft] up towards Uhuru Peak [19,341ft].

As you will see, we witnessed an amazing sunrise together with a blanket of cloud sitting below where we were walking. A view I will remember for the rest of my life.

My online fundraising page closes shortly, so if you would like to...
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What a fantastic 6 days I experienced in Kilimanjaro National Park which culminated in my reaching Uhuru Peak, which at 19,341 feet is the world’s highest freestanding mountain. I really felt as though I was on top of the world!

Many hours were spent trekking through the rainforest and then the desert landscape in the first few days. Each day ended with us reaching our camps for that night....
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A couple of stories published by my local paper The Lichfield Mercury today.

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Burntwood's Jane Sutton all set to climb Kilimanjaro for Teenage Cancer Trust

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