A celebrity football match raising money for Harry Moseley's charity will take place today.
The mother of Harry Moseley will carry the Olympic torch in London today.
A poster promoting the Harry Moseley Charity Ball has been unveiled by TV star Ben Shephard.
5mins from St Andrews to play charity football match. @imstucknomore is with me and giving me tips both speech wise and football skills!!
Pre match meal with the team!
Will the body hold out today?
A group of Aston Villa fans will walk from Villa Park to Wigan to raise money for Harry Moseley's charity ahead of heir final match of the season.
The schoolboy from Birmingham died two years ago from a brain tumour. While he was alive he raised nearly half a million pounds for cancer research by making and selling bracelets.
Celebrities taking part in a charity football match in memory of Harry Moseley, a boy from Birmingham who lost his fight with a brain tumour, are going to be drumming up support in Merry Hill, Dudley today.
The 'Weasley twins' from the Harry Potter films, Oliver and James Phelps, and The Risk who were in the X Factor last year, are among those playing in the match next month to raise money for Harry Moseley's charity.
Showbusiness and sporting stars are putting on their football boots to ensure the legacy of Harry Moseley lives on.
Celebrities from across the UK are taking part in a football match at Birmingham City football ground, with Simon Cowell also offering his support.
Harry raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity in spite of fighting the brain cancer, which eventually took his life at the age of 11.
Today autograph-hunters turned out to meet the celebrities and support the' "Footy 4 Harry" event.
Celebrities from across the UK are taking part in the football match, which is taking place in May at Birmingham City Football ground.
The match, which has been organised by the mother of Harry Moseley, is intended to raise funds and awareness of Harry's work, which has now helped many people with similar conditions.
Lee Latchford-Evans from pop group Steps said Harry was a special boy and his work must continue.