A COFFEE and cake morning will be held at The Hive at Charford First School from 11am to 1pm on Saturday, June 15, to raise awareness of the Rose Peters Foundation.
The charity was set up by Hannah and Jamie Peters in memory of Rose who died at Birmingham Children’s Hospital on February 23, aged just 12 days old following respiratory failure.
The pair, who are both 29, set up the foundation in Rose’s memory to support those who had suffered child loss and also parents currently on neontatal or paediatric intensive care units (NICU and PICU) by providing craft boxes and ‘Rose ribbons’ to Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
Hannah said: “When Rose was in intensive care she had to have brain nodes on her head.
“Some of the staff put pink ribbons and bows on them to demedicalise them and it made my day.”
She added she hoped as many people as possible would come along next Saturday to support the charity and its aims.
Visit rosepetersfoundation.co.uk or search for the Rose Peters Foundation on Facebook.