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What to do around London

Top 10 Attractions

There are plenty of places your kids can visit in London and these places of interests give the children good experience.

 The London Dungeon

Madame Tussaud's 

London Eye 

 London Aquarium

The 02 - Milennium Dome 

The Royal Artillery Exhibition 

 London Zoo

The Tower Bridge Exhibition

 St. Paul's Cathedral

 Thames River Cruise



Think you know it all - Quiz
1. Which type of food went on sale in Britain on this day in 1996?
one who loves to plan vacations.
always being willing to work hard.
one who seeks benefits and rewards for my work.
being easy to supervise.
The first genetically modified food
The first dragon fruit imported from Asia
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Making A Donation


We would like to thank you for making donation to the following registered charities. They work hard to help children with heart problems and their family while receiving treatment from Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

How These Charities Help Children with Heart Problems?

Amelia Lee has had two open heart surgeries at Great Ormond Street Hospital, the first surgery was performed when she was about 6 months old and the second surgery was carried out in June 2009. These surgeries have given Amelia the chance to live like a normal child. Before these surgeries she gets tired very easily and turned blue sometime and has had difficulty to keep foods down her stomach. Now, she does not have those abnormalities any more.

Amelia's parents greatly appreciated the offer for the accomodation at Guilford Street House by The Sick Children's Trust during the period Amelia was being taken care of in Intensive Care at GOSH and the service has made a big difference to their experience.

The cost of maintaining the house at Guilford Street is £25 per day and the accomodation is provided free to parents and families in needs.

Reducing your tax bill / tax relief

Your donation would be greatly appreciated. In addition, you will be able to claim tax relief on the amount of donation you make to charities. This means less tax payable to HM Revenue and Customs, UK tax authority.

How to donate

Click on the Charity organisation logo you would like to donate, it will take you to their website donation page and follow on screen instructions to make your donations.

Thank you for your donations. Your kindness make a big difference in the children medical care and treatments.

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity

Registered Charity No. 235825

2007 Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity

The Hospital for Sick Children first opened it doors at 49 Great Ormond Street on Valentine's Day, 1852, with ten beds. Dr Charles West was the driving force behind its opening, driven by the shockingly high level of infant mortality in the capital.

The charity raises money to enable Great Ormond Street Hospital to provide world-class care for its young patients and their families and to pioneer new treatments and cures for childhood illness by:

  • Contributing to the rebuilding and refurbishment of the hospital
  • Funding the most up-to-date equipment; 
  • Supporting research into, and development of, breakthrough treatments; and
  • Providing accommodation and other support services for children and their families

 The Sick Children's Trust

Registered Charity No. 284416

The Sick Children's Trust was founded in 1982 by two paediatric specialists Dr Jon Pritchard and Professor James Malpas. They believed that having parents on hand during hospital treatment benefited a child's recovery.




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Amelia's documentary

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Amelia's favourite books

Amelia loves reading. click on the book cover to see her books collection.

Thank you for your generosity and support with the charities that work hard to help babies born with congenital heart defects.

Total Donations raised for the charities that help babies born with congenital heart defects by Amelia and her parent so far is £2,039.92:

  • Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children Charity
  • The Sick Children Trust
  • Make A Wish Foundation

By participating in the following activities:

  • SwissAlpine Kids Run 1.4km 2015 by Amelia herself
  • Henley On Thames Kids Triathlon by Amelia herself 2014
  • Westminster Mile Run by Amelia herself 2014
  • Fun Triathlon by Amelia herself 2013
  • 2010 Bupa London 10000.
  • British Heart Foundation Hyde Park Jogs 2010
  • 2011 Adidas Women's 5k Challenge at Hyde Park London.
  • Climb Mount Kinabalu expedition on 1 December 2011.
  • Bupa London 10K 2012