Sick children enjoy a bit of Disney magic

PUBLISHED: 16:13 16 March 2015 | UPDATED: 16:13 16 March 2015

Officers from CambridgeshirePolice escorted two coaches from the Liam Fairhurst Foundation as they take a group of 20 families who have children with serious illnesses, on the trip of a lifetime to Disneyland Paris.

Officers from CambridgeshirePolice escorted two coaches from the Liam Fairhurst Foundation as they take a group of 20 families who have children with serious illnesses, on the trip of a lifetime to Disneyland Paris.

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Twenty families with sick children have spent the week at EuroDisney thanks to local charity the Liam Fairhurst Foundation.

Cambs police provided a special escort when two coaches from Greys of Ely carrying around 80 people set out on Sunday. The coach drivers donated their wages for trip. The Foundation is the legacy of teenage cancer victim Liam Fairhurst, who died in June 2009.


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