Henry Allen’s family take a trip to Downing Street to meet the Prime Minister

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The parents of a boy who lost his brave battle with cancer met the Prime Minister last week to discuss his rare, deadly disease.

Four-year-old Henry Allen died in October last year from a rare form of child cancer called neuroblastoma.

His mum and dad Dawn and Mark, made it their misssion to create a legacy for Henry – and have now shared their ambitions with David Cameron in Westminster thanks to their MP Iain Stewart.

Dawn said: “It was the most amazing and surreal experience. Mark and I cannot thank everyone enough for making this truly incredible opportunity possible.

“We discussed so much and hope to share more information in the coming weeks.”

Mr Stewart, MP for MK South, said: “I hope it had special meaning to Mark and Dawn; both of whom have worked tirelessly to raise awareness of Henry’s rare disease.

“They have my full backing in keeping Henry’s memories alight and I truly look forward to supporting them in the future.”

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