11 year old George Devlin from Greater Manchester started baking to thank the nurses who cared for his mum.
She lost her battle with cancer, but George kept baking to raise funds for MacMillian cancer support.
Now he's been honoured by his cricketing heroes after raising thousands of pounds.
Ralph Blunsom reports
Manchester is to be used as the blueprint for a new plan to improve cancer care.
The plan by the charity MacMillan is designed to get all those who help or treat patients to work together, and improve services and communication for people affected by the illness.
Victoria Grimes reports.
A new plan to transform cancer care is being piloted in Manchester. Macmillan Cancer Support says the scheme is aimed at stopping people falling through cracks in the system. If successful it will be rolled out across Greater Manchester and the rest of the UK.