Real life stories

CLIC Sargent fights tirelessly for young lives against cancer in every Morrisons community. Read some of their stories and how CLIC Sargent helps get the whole family through the toughest times.

Alan's story 

Alan, 5, was just three years old when he was diagnosed with a fast-growing cancer.


Noah's story 

Noah has seen his world change after being diagnosed with a life-threatening tumour


Amber's story 

Amber was diagnosed with a brain tumour after her parents noticed her eye was spinning.


Benjamin's story 

Benjamin had just turned three when he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.


Ellie Mae's story 

Ellie Mae was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in August 2012 – aged just four.


Jacob's story 

In March 2017, Jacob Jones was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.


Romesh's story 

When Romesh Molligoda, then four, started complaining of tummy pains, doctors told his mum it was stress.


Morven's story  

Just before Christmas 2016 Morven Weir, 12, from Airdrie, was told she had an aggressive cancer of the lymph nodes.


Scott's story 

Scott's granny Sandra works at Morrisons Hartcliffe in Bristol and has written a heartfelt letter to her colleagues.


Lucien's story 

Mum of Lucien, Stacie, explains how the financial cost of Lucien's cancer diagnosis hit the family hard.


Khianna's story 

Khianna's mum, Kerry from London, explains how her support worker got her through tough times.


Oscar's story 

Oscar from Leicestershire was diagnosed with leukaemia when he was two-and-a-half. Now he's head boy at school.


Charlie's story 

The experience of Charlie from Fife's diagnosis and treatment was hard for the whole family and getting some normality back has been a priority.


Cai's story 

Things started finally started falling back into place for Cai from Swansea and his family when they met Jane, their CLIC Sargent Nurse.