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Harper’s Fundraiser


120 in stock

24 September 2023
19:30 - 23:00
Billingtons Oldham, 3 Ascroft Street Oldham OL1 1HY

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We are helping to raise £300,000 to Help Harper in her fight against Neuroblastoma. All money will ensure Harper gets potentially life-saving treatment not available on the NHS

An evening of mediumship with Jason Dean Rothwell and Melissa Hart to raise funds for Harper Donating their fee to the charity.

We will also be hosting a raffel to raise funds which you can buy tickets for on the night or online if you cant make the event

Prizes include:

  • £20 petrol voucher
  • Case of 6 San Miguel
  • Bottle of rose Prosecco
  • Bottle”the one” whiskey
  • Bottle gin
  • Electric toothbrush
  • Amazon tablet
  • Make up bundle
  • Box Elizabeth Shaw mint chocolates
  • Box dairy Box chocolates
  • Bottle of cava
  • Voucher for exuberance beauty salon
  • Hand tied  bouquet of flowers


Harper’s Story


Harper loves nursery, playing with her friends, meeting new people and all things Bluey. She loves it when her brothers and sister play with her and has a smile that lights up every room!

In April 2023, aged just 15 months, Harper was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive childhood cancer that has a 40-50% chance of long-term survival at diagnosis.

A couple of months before her diagnosis, Harper had started to develop a small bruise under her eye. Initially, mum and dad dismissed this the result of Harper becoming more mobile, following treatment for hip dysplasia, and perhaps banging herself with a toy.

After the bruise began to grow and her eye changed shape, Harper was taken to the GP who asked for to review again in 2 weeks. Following no action at that review, Harper was taken to A and E who referred her to the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital. The ophthalmologist who saw her that day insisted on scans and referred to oncology. Over the next week or so, Harper underwent a series of tests, including an MRI, CT and Ultrasound Scans, as well as a biopsy of the tumour that had caused the bruising to her eye.

The news came that Harper had cancer. A rare form called Neuroblastoma, which only affects around 100 children per year in the UK. The day we got the news was crushing. We felt dazed and confused. The specialist had said she didn’t present like a typical Neuroblastoma patient. More procedures followed including a bone and bone marrow biopsy and the fitting of a central line (used to deliver chemotherapy and other medicines).

Harper’s results were in. Stage 4, high-risk, Neuroblastoma. The results of scans showed that Harper had metastases in multiple locations across her body and skull. Harper began treatment straight away.


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