Ronnie Duke-Kemp had a ‘grappling’ good time after celebrating a wrestling themed party to celebrate the end of his six month intensive radiotherapy treatment.
Four-year-old Ronnie from Bridlington is undergoing a lengthy intensive treatment programme for Neuroblastoma, travelling and staying at Leeds General Infirmary.
Dad Vaughne Kemp is really pleased with his son’s progress. He said: “Ronnie started his Immunotherapy recently and has had 6 months of treatments with a few spells in hospital.”
“He is doing really well at present and has recently finished three weeks of radiotherapy at St James Hospital where he held a party at the end of that treatment. He chose a wrestling theme… no surprises there.”
“Fundraising is still ongoing and Ronnie and his family would like to thank Steve Carl from Agrilandscapes. Also heartfelt thanks to a very special lady, Movita Delaney-Yates, who sadly left us at the end of last year. She was fully aware of Ronnie’s story and arranged with her son, Justin Kinder, to have a collection at her funeral. Money donated was used by Justin himself to
buy Ronnie lots of wonderful presents.”
Melinda Citrine, who is a cousin of Ronnie’s mum, is undertaking a sponsored swim of a huge 140 miles. This is the distance from where she lives (Bebington) to Bridlington. You can sponsor and follow her through her Facebook page: Melinda Citrine.