Anne Li December 10th, 2017
On Wednesday 29 November, 10-year-old cancer survivor and aspiring figure skater, Georgia Hillman from Dundee, Scotland, showed just how talented she is by performing on the Natural History Museum Ice Rink, London, with former Dancing on Ice Star, Frankie Seaman. Georgia, from Dundee, glided beautifully on the ice, spun to festive songs and showed Frankie how far she has come since being diagnosed with cancer just before her first birthday. As a Star Award winner herself, the experience was organised to mark the launch of this year’s Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens Star Awards which celebrate the strength and courage shown by children and young people who have been affected by cancer. All winners receive a unique trophy, a £50 TK Maxx gift card, a t-shirt, and a certificate signed by celebrities supporting the campaign.
See original article at: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-us/cancer-news/press-release/2017-12-01-10-year-old-cancer-survivor-and-aspiring-figure-skater-georgia-shows-how-far-shes-come-on-natural