09:00AM, Thursday 08 May 2014
Six months has passed since the Alexander Devine charity launched its ambitious campaign to raise £5m to build Berkshire's first children's hospice.
Advertiser and Express reporter Lucy Golding visited the charity's offices in Slough to talk to founder Fiona Devine about how the mission is going so far.
Fiona, who is working flat out with her team to ensure the build can start in the autumn, has described her gratitude towards the general public and businesses who have been doing their bit to boost the total.
So far the charity has reached £673,000, which includes two significant donations from anonymous benefactors.
Watch a video of the interview below:
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