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27 April 2015 – Get Surrey
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27 April 2015 – Get Surrey “Music video for song written in memory of tragic toddler to be released”

26 April 2015 – The Guardian
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26 April 2015 – The Guardian “The Observer view on the valuable worth of organ donation”

20 March 2015 – Hazlemere UK
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20 March 2015 – Hazlemere UK “Fundraising mother who lost daughter to rare condition is keeping her memory alive”

18 February 2015 – ‘Together We Can’ Kings College Hospital
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18 February 2015 – ‘Together We Can’ Kings College Hospital “Remembering Georgia”

February 2015 – People Magazine South Africa
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February 2015 – People Magazine South Africa “The nightmare on Christmas” page 1

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February 2015 – People Magazine South Africa “The nightmare on Christmas” page 2

October 2014 – The Order of St John’s Award

Our beloved daughter Georgia received a medal ‘Add life – give hope’ at The Order of St John’s award, a national recognition for the selfless contribution of adding life and giving hope to others. We were told at the ceremony that only one thousand organ donations were made in the whole of the UK last year; subsequently many children and adults died due lack of donors.

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October 2014 – The Order of St John’s Award

16 June 2014 – The Telegraph
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16 June 2014 – The Telegraph “Organ donation : The family who turned their grief into the gift of life”

7 May 2014 – London Evening Standard
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7 May 2014 – Evening Standard “‘We lost our ray of sunshine but she helped save three other children’ says mother of three-year-old who collapsed in Egypt”

6 May 2014 – Get Surrey
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6 May 2014 – Get Surrey “Memorial to a ‘wonderful little girl’ who collapsed on holiday”


20%-50% of all proceeds will go to the Georgia Sandy Fieldsend Fund, Thomas Cook Ward for Children’s Critical Care Unit at King’s College Hospital. To find out more about this charity see our Georgia Sandy Fieldsend page
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