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  • Writer's pictureLorraine Ayrton

Aubrey's Game


This weekend (12/08) I will be donating my day to supporting old work colleagues Kirstie & Chris and there daughter Aubrey on their celebrity football game in aid of Alder Hey Children's Hospital and Awareness For Autism UK.

I am totally honoured to be official photographer for the match and i'm very sure I will get some questionable photographs as always ;)

For a little more info on the event see below.


On Sunday 12th August 2018 at Wythenshawe Amateurs FC in Manchester, there will be a charity football match and family fun day; AUBREYS GAME. Aubrey was born with total intestinal 'Hirschsprung’s Disease' - which means the nerves in her large and small intestine failed to develop when she was in the womb. This means she is unable to absorb any nutrients or liquid from food/drink so relies on intravenous feeding called TPN. She’s attached to her ‘feed’ 18 hours a day, which contains all her vitamins minerals liquids and fats. Aubrey is still only 10 months old, and spent the first month of her life in Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool, before being transferred to RMCH. Alder Hey are leading all the research into Aubrey's condition. The two charity beneficiaries for this event who will both receive an equal split of the funds raised, will be Alder Hey - and Awareness For Autism UK, who's charity football team will be playing against a Celebrity Team called Tiny Tims Celebrity Allstars; Tim of course being from Wythenshawe himself, but also a regular celeb player for AFA Charity F.C.

If you would like to donate to this charity event please head over to the crowdfunding page link below

And if you want to come join the fun details are below

All the best,

Lorraine :D

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