Oscar Hughes

Oscar Hughes died in May 2014 after being diagnosed with a medulloblastoma. The charity is set up in his memory. Read his story as told by his mum, Marie.

Milo Hughes

Milo, Oscar’s little brother, was born after Oscar died. He passed away in May 2021 after being diagnosed with multiple brain tumours.

Immie Margerison-Gellender

Immie has just turned three, has one of the brightest smiles you are likely to see, and has a brain tumour on top of other medical difficulties.

Matilda Hunt

Tilly (Matilda) Hunt was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour on her pituitary gland, which is deemed to be inoperable.  We are very grateful to Tilly and her parents for letting us tell her story here.

Nathaniel Gidman

Nate Gidman passed away in February this year at the age of 5, after being diagnosed with a medualloblastoma. We are very grateful to his father, Phil, who gave us permission to tell his story here.

Roux Owen

Roux was born with a brain tumour “the size of two oranges”. After eleven surgeries before his first birthday, his parents were told in July 2021 there was no obvious signs of a brain tumour. Read his story here.

Ric Hopwood

Ric is an adult survivor of a childhood brain tumour. Now with a family and business of his own, his story gives inspiration to us and families going through the unimaginable.

Tell your story

It is these stories that remind us every day why we do what we do. If you wish to celebrate your child and tell their brain tumour story on these pages, or just want someone to talk to, please contact Phil on 07596861689 or via email phil@oscarspbtc.org