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The prime minister has backed Sir Oliver Heald's efforts to secure greater government support for the parents of children with cancer.
Two years to the day since he laid his son Hugh to rest, Ceri Menai-Davis visited 10 Downing Street to deliver a petition for Hugh's Law.
The couple want Parliament to introduce Hugh’s Law, which would offer financial assistance when children undergo prolonged hospital treatment.
Founder of It's Never You, Ceri Menai-Davis and Sir Oliver Heald MP meet Iain Dale at LBC to discuss new support for hospital stays for parents.
The driving force behind the Bill originates from the personal experience of Ceri Menai-Davis, who lost his son Hugh to cancer.
The award highlights the outstanding charity work undertaken by PGA Professionals.
A huge celebrity football match took place in remembrance of Hugh Menai-Davis who was just five-years-old when he was diagnosed with cancer.
Two celebrity studded teams will compete for the cause on the pitch at The Lamex Stadium, managed by football legends Les Ferdinand and Andy Cole.
Stevenage's Lamex Stadium hosts 'A Match for Hugh' - attended by the likes of Jermaine Jeans, Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott.