While waiting for super L, super P and super J to arrive from gay Paree, I had a quick look around Paperchase at St Pancras station as I am convinced that the key to my constant disorganisation could lurk in this shop in the shape of a nice leather bound journal which would make my thoughts become beautiful once committed to paper. Sadly, there is no such thing, but I did donate what I would have spent to Children Living with Cancer as there was an inviting collection tin on the counter.
CLIC Sargent is a charity dedicated to helping with the diagnosis and treatment of childhood cancer and supports children and their families.
When a child is diagnosed with cancer it can seem like normal life stops and a different journey begins.
It’s a journey that tests families physically, emotionally, socially and financially.
To be told that a child has cancer comes as a terrible shock. Yet to know that seven out of 10 children now survive cancer may offer some kind of comfort and reassurance to families.
Thanks to research into treatment and causes, the outlook is now one of hope, forward thinking and positive outcomes.