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Wear a Hat for Anna's Hope

Brain tumours are the biggest cancer of killer of children in the UK and Friday, March 27 is Brain Tumour Awareness Day. This is a national event where members of the public are asked to wear a hat to show support.
Picture: Anna's Hope

On this day local charity Anna’s Hope is encouraging families to make Hats at home. Now that most families need to spend more time at home , making a hat will be a great way to have fun and pass the time and raise awareness of children with a brain tumour. Sadly, these children are particularly vulnerable in these challenging times . So, your support this year is even more important.

Once you have made your hats please share your photos or videos on the Anna’s Hope Facebook page (@AnnashopeUK) to raise awareness.

Founder of Anna’s Hope, Carole Hughes said: "It would be fantastic if we could share 100’s of photographs or videos .

"We know that when set a challenge , the local community responds to a challenge as they did when they helped break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of fairies in one place."

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