Worcestershire hospital staff's special cake for young cancer patient

Hunnie choose a cake based on stool samples - because she wanted to share the message that having a form is cancer is "poo".
Hunnie getting her choice of cake - based on a stool chart..... Credit: Twitter/@WorcsAcuteNHS
Ward staff present Hunnie with her choice of cake Credit: Twitter/ @WorcsAcuteNHS

A ten-year old schoolgirl from Worcestershire has marked the end of her cancer treatment in hospital - with a special cake made by ward staff.

Hunnie Morris from Kidderminster is the latest recipient of the hospital's tradition of giving a cake to those who have finished their treatment. Hunnie has leukemia, and requested a cake with stool sample "decorations" on - as a way of telling everyone how "having cancer is poo".

She was presented with her cake by staff at the Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust - watch the happy moment below:

And Hunnie also got the ring the "End of Treatment" ward bell to officially announce the end of her treatment - watch the moment below:

Hunnie's choice of cake decor also caught the eye of "Great British Bake Off" presenter Paul Hollywood, who tweeted his approval of the design, writing "That looks delicious . #starbaker x ".

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