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Charity shop named after cancer fundraiser Harry Moseley

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Media captionGeorgina Moseley described her son as a "special boy"

A charity shop has opened in Birmingham in memory of a young boy who raised thousands of pounds for Cancer Research UK.

Harry Moseley, 11, from Sheldon, raised more than £500,000 for charity by selling homemade bracelets before his death from a brain tumour last October.

The shop was unveiled on Church Road, in Yardley, earlier.

To coincide with the opening of the shop, Harry's mother, Georgina Moseley was honoured with an award.

Inside the shop, there is a replica of the shed that Harry worked in at home when making the bracelets.

Birmingham-based organisation Mumpreneur UK awarded Mrs Moseley with the award for raising funds and awareness for cancer research through Harry's charity "Help Harry Help Others".

Last month Harry was honoured with a place on Birmingham's Walk of Stars on Broad Street.

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