I can actually remember quite a lot about my 10th birthday. I remember getting a chess set, as I’d asked for one as I was playing chess in school and wanted to get into the school team. I also remember kicking off because I’d been bought clothes that didn’t meet up to my br
Choking: There’s a better way to save a life My daughter Jasmine died in August 2014 after she choked on a grape while we were on holiday. She was 6 years old. When she began to choke, I knew what I needed to do, I knew how to remove the blockage as I’d done 4 […]
Last night viewers of BBC1 will have seen the programme ‘Mind Over Marathon’ which showed 10 volunteers, who all live with various mental health issues, come together to begin training for this year’s London Marathon which takes place on Sunday. Some of the mental health is
We are really pleased to announce that following a request from Love, Jasmine, Knowsley Council have agreed to waive the charges that they would normally pass on to families for child burial and cremation. We are very grateful to the Chief Executive, Mike Harden and everyone at
ake a listen to the interview we gave to Mick Coyle of Radio City Talk. We talked about Jasmine, the work our charity does and the decision by Liverpool City Council to scrap child burial charges.
Following a request from ourselves, Liverpool City Council have decided to scrap child burial and cremation costs. We’d like to thank all those involved in making this decision. With thanks to Christian Smith for the image. For more information: https://www.liverp
Love, Jasmine has been chosen by the Defence Business Service based in Walker House, Liverpool to be one of their charity partners for this year and we were delighted to meet with their Charity Champions earlier today. We’d like to thank everyone who voted for us and we