Cancer kids take to catwalk.
YOUNG cancer survivors Cancer survivors are those individuals with cancer of any type, current or past, who are still living. The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS) pioneered the definition of survivor as from the time of diagnosis and for the balance of life, a person diagnosed with were among those who took to the catwalk at the weekend to raise cash for charity.
About 30 youngsters, aged from three to 21, took part in the fashion show, which attracted an audience of more than 160.
It was in aid of Edinburgh's Royal Hospital for Sick Children The Royal Hospital for Sick Children is the name of 2 hospitals in Scotland:
Organiser Maura Maura may refer to:
She said the event, held in a Leith hotel on Saturday, had been a great success. About pounds 800 was raised on the night and it's hoped the total will top pounds 1000 when all donations are in.
Maura added: "It was a great night and we had a great turnout. The kids did so well.
"We just thought it would be nice to give something back and every little helps."