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In Elliot's memory - a new toy library for children

The parents of a toddler who died from leukaemia two years ago, have donated 'Elliot's Shed' - a resource with toys and equipment for children with Down's Syndrome - to a local charity which helped them with their child.

Elliot Cornfield from Oxfordshire had Down's Syndrome. He was diagnosed with leukaemia when he was 17 months old.

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Parents: 'We want to help others in memory of Elliot'

Elliot's parents want his legacy to live on by helping others

The family of a little boy from Oxford who died of leukaemia have launched a new charity in his memory. Elliot Cornfield's parents have launched' Elliot's Shed' - providing free specialist equipment and toys for the parents of children with Down's Syndrome to borrow. The items can be expensive to purchase. Penny Silvester reports.

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