A lantern lighting ceremony in memory of a 2-year-old boy from Worcestershire who recently lost his fight with leukaemia is taking place this evening.
Charlie Harris-Beard died at the weekend. His family are trying to raise awareness about umbilical cord donation after a stem-cell transplant helped prolong his life.
Tonight's lantern lighting will start at 8:00pm at the Lickey Hills off Monument Lane.
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