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Charlotte's BAG Charity | BBC News Report

Last week, Mrs Eades was interviewed on BBC South to talk about the charity that she set up in memory of her daughter, Charlotte.

Charlotte passed away in 2016, aged 19 from Glioblastoma, a rare brain type of Brain Cancer. Since her passing, the charity has raised about £300,000 and funded research at King's College Hospital in London.

Each year, Mrs Eades and a group of other staff members from Cardinal Newman embark on a walking challenge to raise funds for the charity. This year, staff will be walking from King's College London, back to the School to complete the 60 mile walk for the charity. More information about fundraising will be shared in the next few weeks.

For more information about Charlotte's BAG and the interview on BBC South, see the links below.

BBC News Interview

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