Olympic silver-medallist Louis Smith puts on a show for children at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Olympic silver-medallist and Strictly Come Dancing star Louis Smith showed off his gymnastic skills, while visiting Great Ormond Street Hospital today, by doing a back flip for the kids.
Deaf children have been treated to a live signing event on World Book Day, with the help of a familiar face from CITV.
Joe Sheridan from "Signed Stories" performed for children at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Organisers have also created an app, allowing children with hearing or language problems to access popular fairytales, rhymes and games.
The family of a two-year-old leukaemia patient has raised more than £20,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
Yasmin Parsons, from Woodford Green in Essex, is being treated at the hospital after being diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic lymphoma in August.
Her parents, photographer Andrew Parsons and writer Karen Attwood, created a blog - www.ourlifewithleukaemia.blogspot.co.uk - which tells the story of Yasmin's treatment and aims to raise awareness of childhood cancer while raising money for GOSH.
– Scotland Yard spokesman
Police were called by the London Ambulance Service to an address in Lansdowne Crescent shortly after 2.25pm on Monday October 29 following reports of an injured infant.
On arrival, officers found a two-year-old girl who was treated by paramedics and taken to a west London hospital. She was pronounced dead at 3.17pm.
A post-mortem at Great Ormond Street Hospital is scheduled to take place in due course.
The spokesman said a woman, believed to be the toddler's mother, was taken to hospital and treated for shock.
Officers from Kensington and Chelsea CID are investigating the incident. At this stage it is being treated as non-suspicious.
Scotland Yard said they were treating the toddler's death as non-suspicious and that a post-mortem examination was due to take place to establish how the little girl died.
Police are investigating the death of a toddler who was reportedly found dead inside her cot after becoming tangled in a blind cord.
The infant, aged two, was found at a luxury home in west London's Notting Hill on Monday. She was pronounced dead by paramedics less than an hour later.
Scotland Yard said they were treating the death as non-suspicious and that a post-mortem examination was due to take place to establish how the little girl died.