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Coleraine House Lights Up in aid of Belfast Children’s Hospice

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A house in Coleraine has been lit up to raise money in aid the Children’s Hospice in Belfast.

The home in Shellbridge Park belongs to Kathleen Linton and husband Wilson who have been decorating their house to raise money for the past 7-8 years in memory of their beloved granddaughter Charlotte, who passed away in 2004.

Charlotte, who was born in 1998 with a rare brain disorder called dandy walled syndrome and severe hydrocephalus had spent a lot of time at the Children’s Hospice in Belfast due to her illness.

The family have supported the hospice since Charlotte’s passing and have raised over £150 annually from donations over the past number of years.

In 2015 the family raised £450, all of which was donated to the Children’s Hospice in Belfast.

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