Jessops Superheros Walk

As you all know back in Aug 2017 my younger twins were born via cesarian hysterectomy. I was diagnosed only two weeks previous to the op with a life threatening pregnancy complication placenta percreta.


If you are new to the blog and want to know about my traumatic birth story head over to the posts and have a look.

My Pregnancy & Birth Story 

A few days after my diagnosis I  was admitted to The Jessops Wing at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals.

During the time I was there My husband was allowed to stay with me. There was no way I would have stayed sane without him.

The staff were amazing. Not only to me but also my husband and anyone that came to visit me in the month I was there.

The level of care was brilliant.

I have mentioned before how grateful I am to all the staff that cared for me especially  Dr Ruth Newton & Mr Farkas Dr Ruth who was with me from day one and came to see me every day until I was discharged. When I went down for my second op She cancelled her evening plans so that she could take me down to theatre and be there for my op!

I owe my life and my babies lives to the staff at Jessops

Which Is why I have signed up to take part in the Jessops Superheros Walk on Sunday 10th June 2018.

Myself, Hubby, & all the kids including the teen (who was told I didn’t care what film was coming out that day it was more important for him to be at that walk because those heros saved my life.) will be walking with other families around Graves park in Sheffield.

The route is 2.5 KM

I would like to raise £1000 which is nothing compared to the care I received.

Please Please help me to get to my fundraising goal and head over to my Just Giving page to sponsor me & my Family to join this amazing event that supports and shows appreciation  to the staff at Jessops.

You can sponsor us by clicking the button below.

JustGiving - Sponsor me now!

Or you can text ARCS75 and your donation amount to 70070