Four-year-old boy is moved to Naomi House

Community health day planned to educate residents

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A FOUR-YEAR-OLD boy battling a brain tumour has been moved to a children’s hospice.

Young Jack Robinson, of Denmead, who was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour last month, has been transferred to Naomi House.

The children’s hospice in Sutton Scotney, near Winchester, supports children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.

Jack was being treated in Southampton General Hospital, where he was due to start chemotherapy and radiotherapy this week.

His parents Terry, 47, and Marie, 41, have asked that donations now go to the hospice.

As reported, since Jack’s diagnosis, scores of people in the community have rallied together to make his wishes come true.

This has included meeting Take That frontman Gary Barlow, getting a video message from Doctor Who star Matt Smith, having an early birthday party with his identical twin brother Liam, and one more Christmas party.

Family friend Melissa O’Donnell has set up a Justgiving site on behalf of the Robinson family.

To donate, visit justgiving.com/melissa-odonnell