Four-year-old Bella Robinson from Chippenham has just finished treatment for leukaemia. She's one of hundreds of children given a special trip to Weston-super-Mare by a charity aimed at supporting families affected by cancer.
Bella has been battling with cancer for most of her life. She was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in November 2016 when she was just two years old. It was discovered after she fell off a chair and a scan revealed a nasty lump. It's been a difficult journey for the whole family.
In March 2019, after two and a half years, Bella's treatment came to an end and she is off all medication. The family were able to celebrate with an Easter day out in Weston-super-Mare.
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The day was arranged by the charity Children with Cancer UK and is aimed at bringing families affected by this terrible illness together. They were able to bring joy to hundreds of children and their families going through tough times.
Bella's next big adventure will be starting school later this year. She was held back because she was so poorly but now has everything going for her.