In January 2009 my daughter Bea was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. She underwent two and a half years of chemotherapy treatment at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, before taking her last medicines on Easter Sunday this year. She is now in remission. Throughout her treatment, she always had a smile on her face and made everyone around her smile, dispite feeling very poorly due to the treatment. She has worked hard throughout her illness promoting her charity Clic Sargent and raising just under £37,000.00 for them. She has also done talks and promotional charity work for the National Blood Donor Service and has fundraised for Children in Need. For the last two years she has presented the awards at the Annual Blood Donor Awards and in December 2010 was awarded Heart FM Toast of Devon Award 'Child of the Year'. She works hard at school, where she was presented with the Governors Award for her attitude and approach to life during her illness. She attends her local Guide group and is now working towards her Badon Powell Award. Bea is a well known and liked young person in our community - she tries her best at everything and aims to please. She missed out on a social life of a child that age and is now trying to make up for lost time. I feel that she would be honoured and worthy of what would be a memorable activity for the rest of her life.