Last year, Eloise had to watch her Mum slowly die from the most common type of adult brain tumour. An incurable type of tumour called a Glioblastoma Multiforme or GBM with an average life expectancy of just 14 months. We set up a Charity called Headcase (No. 1140061) to raise funds for research into these tumours that kill 5000 adults in the UK each year. Eloise helped me to design the Charity's logo and has been instrumental in raising both awareness of Headcase at her school and raising money through riding her bike, recently taking part in a Family Bike ride that raised nearly £1000. She is using her Mum's death to inspire her thinking and determination to succeed in life - she is in the top set in her school. Eloise is a promising young (U13) athlete and she also uses her Mum's death to inspire her performances, setting a new PB in Long Jump for Notts AC recently (4m 21cm) and to inspire her to equal the school record for Triple Jump on her very first attempt (8m 50cm). Eloise hopes to compete in the Olympics herself one day but understands the huge amount of work to achieve that dream. Eloise is an outstanding young person and I'm very proud of her. She inspires me each day to continue fundraising and to run Headcase - I have stepped out of work to do this and to look after my children. Eloise also provides essential support to her two younger brothers (Arran, 10 and Jake, 6) as we, as a family, come up to the first anniversary of Becky's on July 2nd. 1. last line to read : 'come up to the anniversary of Becky's death, her mother, on July 2nd.' 2. Eloise also represents her county in athletics.