Attached is the Virgin Money fundraising page 

From a very young age Liberty was sports mad, with a particular passion for swimming at Chalfont otters. Four of their swimmers, Sadie, James, Zebina, Ben, will be attempting to swim the channel in September 2020. Two of these swimmers, Sadie and Ben, were Liberty's primary school classmates and Sadie was lucky enough to be liberty's best friend. Sadie and Liberty were inseparable since the first day they met over 8 years ago, they'd always be giggling and manage to have smiles on their faces even at the most upsetting times.

The team are really excited to make libs proud and raise as much money as possible for this amazing cause.

Liberty was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma of her tibia, one of the rarer but very aggressive forms of primary bone cancer, on her 13th birthday in September 2016.

She had been struggling with intermittent pain in her lower left leg for over 20 months, particularly at night, which was unfortunately dismissed as growing pains and sports injuries during her numerous GP and hospital visits. By the time she was finally diagnosed, the tumour was already nearly 20cm and had burst through her bone into the surrounding soft tissue.

Liberty was also a 'social butterfly' with a real zest for life and she had an enormous circle of friends. They were such a huge support to her during her treatment and she was a loyal friend, who loved them back fiercely in return.

She was an out-going, fun-loving girl with a wicked sense of humour and neither her cancer diagnosis nor gruelling treatment dampened that passion for life or extinguished her enigmatic and dazzling smile that she was so well known for. Her smile could literally light up a room and just capture everyone under its spell.

Liberty amazed everyone during her treatment and her family could not have been more proud. She rarely moaned and just got on with it, that cheeky grin rarely slipping from her face. Many times after a stay in the hospital, she was known to throw on her wig, lashes and make-up in order to dash down the motorway and make the next party or the next school disco! It didn't matter what was thrown at her; chemotherapy, hair loss, transfusions, endless vomiting, 9 hour limb salvage surgery, learning to walk again, stem cell transplant, liver failure, relentless scans and tests or intensive radiotherapy, she just faced it all head on and yet still had the amazing capacity to always put others before herself. A true warrior princess and heroine in every sense of the word!

Literally just days from the end of her treatment in late August 2017, Liberty sadly discovered a new lump in her thigh. It was during emergency scans that she was given the devastating news that not only had the Ewing's returned, it had also now spread throughout her lungs and liver as well as her lymph glands and nothing more could be done. It was just too aggressive.

Libs was known to those closest to her, had a crazy sense of humour and right up until the last few days, despite immeasurable pain, she continued to make them laugh and smile and that is how she will forever be remembered, with love, laughter and a smile. Fly high.

Attached is the Virgin Money fundraising page