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In memory of our beautiful daughter, Olivia, who was taken from us on the 24th December 2020 after having an acute asthma attack at home, we have created this website. 

We are totally devastated that we no longer have our bright, kind, caring and beautiful little girl running around the house anymore.

Olivia’s love for animals, children the countryside and life was infectious. Her obsession for painting her nails, hair and fashion was a real love of hers. A child who was quietly confident and was mature beyond her years.

Our lives have changed for ever and will never be the same again. Olivia suffered from asthma but had never had an asthma attack before and this shows just how quickly things can change.

This really is every parents nightmare. We’ve had support from so many people and can never thank them enough. Many people have said they would like to donate to a good cause so one of the charities we’ve chosen is Asthma UK.

We will be organising lots of events in support of this but our first one is on October 3rd. Details of this event and how you can donate are below.

So this is a “Shout Out for Liv” as she used to say.

We would be very grateful if anyone could donate a couple of pounds in memory of our little girl who touched so many peoples lives. 💜

Thank you

Shazza 💜



Want to join me in supporting a good cause? I'm raising money for Asthma UK in memory of my beautiful daughter, Olivia, and your contribution will make a difference.

Our first event is this coming October, where I will be walking a virtual marathon with friends and the parents of children from Olivia's school. Whether you want to walk with us, provide a donation or cheer us on, your support will be massively appreciated!

Date of walk: Sunday 3rd October

Start time and place: 8am at St Patrick's School, Earlswood



How to donate?

Please click here to donate on our Just Giving website.

Other ways to donate?

If you'd like to fundraise in memory of Olivia and donate to Asthma UK, then I'd love to hear about it. We have other events going on in the coming months to support our fundraising efforts.


It’s so important that people take asthma seriously, take their inhalers and have appointments with their asthma nurse and discuss their plan. The Covid pandemic has highlighted the importance of looking after our lungs and the vulnerabilities of people with Asthma. 

Asthma UK’s mission is to stop asthma attacks and cure asthma. They do this by funding world leading research, campaigning for improved care and supporting people to reduce their risk of a potentially life-threatening asthma attack. They are entirely funded by voluntary donations, which is why they need our support.

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Here's just some of our memories of Olivia.  


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people in UK with asthma

every 10

seconds someone in the UK has an asthma attack


people die every day in the UK from asthma


per annum is spent treating 
asthma patients

by the NHS

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