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'Wear it Pink' this Sunday to support Bromsgrove's Libby Mae's Little Angels

Tristan Harris 25th Apr, 2020 Updated: 25th Apr, 2020

PEOPLE are being urged to wear pink on Sunday, April 26, to show their support for Libby Mae’s Little Angels and make a donation to the cause.

The charity was started by Bromsgrove couple Charlotte and Richard Sharratt who lost their daughter at just two weeks old and Sunday – the Wear It Pink day – would have been Libby Mae’s seventh birthday.

Since then the couple have been raising cash for neo-natal units throughout the Midlands and have so far collected £350,000.

Last month they launched an ambitious appeal to raise £500,000 to provide state-of-the-art incubators for 12 hospitals across the West Midlands.

As well as people wearing pink Charlotte and Richard’s son Riley will also be doing a sponsored walk, undertaking 26 laps of Ash Drive in Catshill.

He has already raised £570 to help NHS Heroes and neonatal units.

Go to justgiving.com/fundraising/riley-s-26 to boost Riley’s coffers.

Visit justgiving.com/campaign/littleangelsbigappeal to support the incubator appeal and libbymaeslittleangels.com for more on the charity.

Those taking part are urged to upload their photographs to social media with the hashtag #GoPink4Libby

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