By creator to www.thenorthernecho.co.uk
After a number of months in lockdown, we’ve relaunched our Bouquet of the Week characteristic and the primary recipient is Sarah Robson, of Darlington.
Sarah was nominated by pal Charlotte Yarrow, additionally from Darlington.
Charlotte stated: “Sarah is wonderful. She has been via a lot. Her son, Jack, who’s now 13, was born with a congenital coronary heart defect and has undergone quite a few operations, however after creating a lot of health problems he then needed to have a coronary heart transplant final 12 months, when he was aged 12.
“All via this Sarah has stayed robust and has been campaigning to encourage individuals and youngsters to enroll as organ donors.
“Though she had all of the challenges with Jack, she nonetheless tried to assist 1000’s of different youngsters. She by no means asks something for herself and I simply need her to grasp how particular she is.”
Sarah stated she was overwhelmed by the reward. She stated: “What occurred with Jack is each mum’s worst nightmare. You’re on a rollercoaster and also you don’t know once you’re going to get off or the way it will finish.
“Organ donation is a lightweight in a darkish place, a hope for our tomorrows, the reward of life from a stranger, it’s so particular and treasured.”
If you want to appoint a particular individual or group for The Northern Echo’s Bouquet of the Week then please get in contact. You possibly can ship your nominations to email@example.com, ensuring to incorporate your contact particulars.
The flowers are kindly offered by the group at Heavenly Scent Florist, Bondgate, Darlington, 01325-389933.