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Help Harry brain tumour charity to open family drop-in centre

A drop-in centre for families affected by cancer is to opened by a charity set up by a boy who died from a brain tumour.

Harry Moseley raised more than £500,000 before his death in 2011 by selling bracelets he made in a shed at his home in Sheldon.

The Help Harry Help Others charity will open the family centre in Stechford, Birmingham, in April.

BBC Midlands Today's Liz Copper spoke to Harry's mother, Georgina Moseley, on what would have been Harry's 15th birthday.

  • 22 Feb 2015
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