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Tiny Stars Supporter and brave abseiler Freya Murphy raises over £1,300 for the Tiny Stars Appeal.


“My name is Freya and I am 14 years old. I was born 2 months early, and spent a little while on the Neo Natal ward at Arrowe Park, and thankfully have had no long term effects from my early arrival.My brother William is 12, and he was also born prematurely, and again with no long term effects.


In 2017 our baby sister Annabel was born, again early! She was born with a condition called Exomphalos which, for her meant part of her liver and bowel were growing inside her umbilical cord.


Annabel had surgery at Alder Hey and then returned to the Neo Natal Ward at Arrowe Park where they worked on feeding her and getting her strong enough to come home to our family.

It was very strange coming in to visit Annabel, and seeing the Neo Natal Unit, and whilst we found it daunting at first, we soon realised what a lovely place it was and how amazing all the doctors and nurses were at caring for the tiny and poorly babies - it was strange to think that it was once us!

Annabel has been in and out of hospital since she was born, and we have spent a lot of time visiting her and going to different appointments - it has made me realise that I want to give something back to the people who have cared for Annabel, and for myself and my brother - this is the reason I am challenging myself to do the abseil for Tiny Stars.

After seeing the work of the Neo Natal Unit, and other health professionals, it has inspired me to work towards my dream job - I hope to become a paramedic one day and be able to help people just like my family has been helped by NHS Staff for the past 14 years”.

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