Community sends messages of support to brave Bradley Lowery

Well-wishers have sent messages of support to battling youngster Bradley Lowery after hearing of his first trip to school since the latest bout of his cancer treatment.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 1st February 2017, 1:55 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st February 2017, 1:56 pm
Bradley Lowery felt well enough to go back to school for a couple of hours this week.
Bradley Lowery felt well enough to go back to school for a couple of hours this week.

The five-year-old from Blackhall, who is battling terminal cancer neuroblastoma, felt well enough to go back to Blackhall Colliery Primary School for a few hours on Tuesday where he caught up with his friends.

On his Facebook page, Bradley lowery’s Fight Against Neuroblastoma, mum Gemma Lowery announced the visit and said Bradley was due back in hospital to find out when he can start the next round of the antibody treatment to prolong his life.

On Facebook, members of the community have come together to show their support for his fight.

Tracy Callaghan said: “Adorable and brave little man xxx”

Valerie Mitchell added: “Aw bless him, love this little lad xx”

Linda Boagey commented: “Hope you had a great day Bradley xx”

Therese Allen said: “He is such an amazing little boy who we all love to bits xxxx”

Elsie Dodsworth added: “That’s brilliant news.”

Sheena Smurthwaite agreed: “Bless him. Hope you had a good day with all your friends gorgeous boy.”

Ann Elizabeth Robinson said: “A brave little boy, well done.”

Patricia Clough commented: “Long may he win the fight.”

Louise Angel said: “Wow! Brill news Bradley! Bless you, hope you had a good day.”

Kerry Paterson added: “Amazing news! Hope you had a fun day x”

Dave Bage said: “Well done big lad.”

Lee Littlefair agreed: “He never fails to amaze me.”

Victoria Harrison commented: “Hope you enjoyed your hours at school catching up on your friends. Brave little boy!”

Vivien Claxton said: “You are an amazing boy Bradley, so pleased you are feeling stronger xxxxx”

Lisa Costello added: “Well done little man, strongest little man ever.”

June Martin commented: “Keep going Bradley, you are doing brilliant little lad.

“You are ever so strong, have a lovely day at school with all your friends xxxxx”

Jaynee Harrod said: “Well done Bradley, hope you enjoyed your day with all your friends.

“Such a brave little boy, keep smiling xx”