I went to the British Red Cross Awards the day after my Nanny’s birthday because I had been shortlisted for a fundraiser award.  I try really hard to make my Nanny and Bobby proud and I was very proud that I was shortlisted.
I won Young Fundraiser of the Year and when I sat down and was looking at my trophy they called me back up – I won National Young Humanitarian of the Year which was the biggest award.  That was a really good happy birthday present for my Nanny.
A group of carp fishing Hammers formed OCD UK (Obsessive Carping Disease UK) and they invited me to their carp fishing event because they want to organise a charity Carp Off for me next year.  I’ve always wanted to go fishing and it was brilliant, I learned how to cast and I saw someone catch a 36lb fish.  The Charity Carp Off will be happening in August next year and I am really excited.
I have lots of things happening at the moment and about 10 events being arranged so me and my helpers are really busy.  Lots of people are contacting me to join in my 50 mile charity dribble, it will take me 5 days.  I am dribbling a football from Southend United to Upton Park from 18th to 22nd February and its going to be really fun.