A mum whose daughter died just days after her first birthday has revealed her heartbreak at losing a precious matching knitted heart she buried her with. Deborah Goddard's daughter which meant her brain did not develop fully during pregnancy. After battling for a year and 11 days, Jovie died on April 11 this year at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital.
Tennis legend Andy Murray's wife Kim was photographed wearing Dame Deborah James' charity T-shirt 'Rebellious Hope' to Wimbledon as she cheered on her husband from the stand Andy Murray's wife Kim shared her support to Dame Deborah James on the first day of Wimbledon as she donned her charity T-shirt.
Tesco and WEPA UK have made a £300,000 donation to Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research UK Supermarket giant Tesco have teamed up with the inspirational Dame Deborah James in a bid to raise funds and awareness about bowel cancer. Dame Deborah's fund Bowelbabe has raised millions of pounds in the few weeks it has been set up.
Deborah James is currently receiving end of life care for incurable bowel cancer Supermarket Giant Tesco, which is based in Welwyn Garden City, has announced that it is making a major change to its toilet rolls. This change to the products is made in partnership with Dame Deborah James who is currently receiving end of life care after sharing her incurable bowel cancer diagnosis.
DAME DEBORAH JAMES said she is "so proud" to be part of a huge development in her bowel cancer campaign to raise awareness of the illness. Dame Deborah James, 40, has announced a new update in her campaign to raise awareness of bowel cancer. The podcast host has now partnered with Tesco in the supermarket’s efforts to increase knowledge of the signs and symptoms associated with the illness.
The campaigner, also known on social media as BowelBabe, was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer. Dame Deborah James has just announced an exclusive partnership with Tesco to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer on of their Luxury Soft loo roll. The campaigner, also known on social media as BowelBabe, was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer and has been sharing her brave battle with her loyal followers since her journey began five years ago.
The supermarket has partnered with Dame Deborah James Tesco is making a major change to its loo rolls in partnership with Dame Deborah James. The bowel cancer fundraiser is currently receiving end of life care at her parents' home. But she is still doing everything that she can to raise awareness of the disease.
Denise Graham has stage four bowel cancer, but is determined to see the best in life and is encouraging others to get themselves screened A brave mum has opened up about how a shock cancer diagnosis changed her life. Denise Graham was diagnosed with stage four bowel cancer last Easter.
Heather James has praised her daughter following another triumph Deborah James’ proud mum Heather has praised her daughter after yet another huge achievement, sharing the news to Instagram. Heather, 64, took to social media after learning that Deborah has sparked a new incentive with Tesco.
'I'm in awe of her': Davina McCall praises 'miraculous' friend Dame Deborah James for tireless campaigning after Tesco and Andrex pledge to put bowel cancer symptoms on toilet paper packaging
TV presenter Davina McCall has said she is 'in awe' of Dame Deborah James, who is having hospice-at-home care for terminal bowel cancer Davina, who lost her sister Caroline to lung cancer in 2012, said Dame Deborah was a 'good friend' of hers Dame Deborah's mother Heather also heaped praise upon her daughter after Tesco and Andrex pledged to put bowel cancer symptoms on toilet roll packaging
'It's heartbreaking': Mother-of-four who saves supermarket food from bins and gives it to families in need says inflation has caused 'massive influx' in demand
Deborah Doloughan, from Middlesbrough, saves reduced price food from bins and hands it out to people in her community for free The teacher, 41, has rescued 60,000 items worth thousands of pounds since she began her endeavour in November 2020 She then distributes them to people for free through apps such as Olio and FareShare
Lorraine Kelly's daughter Rosie decided to pay tribute to Deborah James in the latest episode of hit Channel 4 show Celebrity Gogglebox as she watched the tele with her famous mother Lorraine Kelly's daughter Rosie will display a sweet show of support for Bowel babe Deborah James on tonight's Celebrity Gogglebox.
Deborah Doloughan redistributes them to people for free A primary school teacher dubbed the Whoopsie Queen for only buying reduced price food has rescued 60,000 items worth thousands of pounds from being binned in just 19 months before distributing them to people for free. Disgusted by the amount of food thrown away when she worked as a cook at a fast food restaurant in 1999, while studying primary school teaching at university, mum-of-four Deborah Doloughan, 41, has been passionate about fighting needless waste ever since.
Teacher becomes a food waste hero after buying and distributing reduced price food and saving 60,000 items from being binned
A primary school teacher from Middlesbrough, Tyne and Wear, has been dubbed the Whoopsie Queen after saving 60,000 items of food from being thrown away. Over the past 19 months, mum-of-four Deborah Doloughan, 41, has saved thousands of pounds worth of food from being binned before distributing them to people for free.
EXCLUSIVE Bowel cancer survivor Teresa Whitfield writes an open letter to Dame Deborah James to share her emotional thanks for saving her life In 2016 journalist Deborah James (aka BowelBabe) was diagnosed with incurable bowel cancer. She vowed to share her battle and help find a cure.
SHOCKING new statistics have revealed that one in three Brits are at risk of deadly bowl cancer like Deborah James. The Sun's columnist was diagnosed with incurable bowel cancer days before Christmas in 2016. In May 2022 she revealed to her hundreds of thousands of fans that she had been moved into a hospice.
The esteemed journalist has been subject of much media attention after she announced that she would be stopping treatment for her bowel cancer, and receiving end-of-life care instead. Dame Deborah James has been out and about with her family, making the most of the sunshine as she shares a drink with her mum.
DAME DEBORAH JAMES has made sure to leave her mark as she reaches the final stages of her bowel cancer battle. Dame Deborah James, 40, was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016 and has refused to let the tragic diagnosis impact her life and important plans. As she reaches the final stages of her health battle, Express.co.uk has reflected on the amazing fundraising work she has done and her plans for her final days with her loved ones.