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Help Harry brain tumour charity to open family centre

Harry Moseley Image copyright Family handout
Image caption Harry Moseley died in 2011 from a brain tumour

A charity established by an 11-year-old boy with a brain tumour is to set up a drop-in centre in Birmingham for families coping with cancer.

Harry Moseley, from Sheldon, raised more than £500,000 before his death in 2011 by making and selling bracelets.

The centre, with yearly running costs of £50,000, is due to open in Stechford in April.

Help Harry Help Others has already donated hundreds of thousands of pounds for cancer research and support.

As well as receiving donations, Help Harry Help Others continues to fundraise by holding charity balls, selling homemade bracelets and running a charity shop.

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