VIDEO: Singer adds his voice to young Lewis Mighty's legacy
SINGER James Morrison handed over a signed guitar to patients after performing on the ward which looked after tragic youngster Lewis Mighty.
Lewis, of Mackworth, died aged seven after fighting cancer neuroblastoma. Friends and family raised nearly £250,000 to send him for potentially life-saving surgery.
Money saved in the Lewis Mighty Fund will now be used to benefit children with cancer being treated at Nottingham Children's Hospital.
And Brit award-winner James's visit yesterday marked the start of a partnership between The Lewis Mighty Fund and the Nottingham Hospitals' Charity.
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James – who has also become a patron of the Lewis Mighty fund – said: "I've never been involved with a charity which has raised so much money. It's an honour to be involved this way."
Jaime Mighty, Lewis's mum, said: "To be donating the £249,000, which was our target, to the hospital is amazing. Lewis's memory and legacy will live on."