01:02AM, Thursday 18 April 2013
A charity which provided vital support for seriously-ill baby Nina Warnell has received the backing of her family ahead of a fundraising walk.
Sebastian's Action Trust, which offers practical support to children battling life-limiting illnesses, is set to hold its third annual Crown and Tiara walk on Sunday, May 19, which asks participants to don some fancy headgear and walk a seven or 13 mile course around Windsor Great Park.
The charity came to the aid of Maidenhead-based one-year-old Nina, who was born without an immune system, and helped the family make weekly trips to Great Ormond Street Hospital for vital injections.
Mum Aga said she was 'eternally grateful' for the charity's help and added: "We simply could not manage without Sebastian's Action Trust. They have given us a lifeline when we need it most."
Visit sebastiansactiontrust.org for more details on the walk.
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