First look at Bradley Lowery Foundation holiday home as plans for haven are approved

Plans for a charity holiday home where families with sick children will be able to make memories have been given the go-ahead.

Friday, 12th April 2019, 8:42 am
Updated Friday, 12th April 2019, 8:44 am
Artist impressions of how the Bradley Lowery Foundation holiday home in Scarborough could look.

The Bradley Lowery Foundation has had planning permission granted for the home, which will be built in Scarborough. The town was one of Bradley’s favourite places to visit, and he enjoyed one of his last holidays there with his family. As the plans get the green light, we have taken a look at how the facility could look with some artist impressions.

The holiday home will be a touch of luxury for sick children and their loved ones.
Scarborough Borough Council approved a long lease for a parcel of land to the Bradley Lowery Foundation.

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Scarborough holds special memories for Bradley and his family.
The Foundation wants the holiday home to support other families.
Gemma Lowery wants to help other families with sick children to create special memories.
Bradley lost his life in July 2017 after fighting neuroblastoma cancer.
The property will also include a large family room and kitchen.
The house has been designed Building Design Northern Ltd.
The home will be situated in what was the grounds of Scalby Manor.
Bradley House will have five bedrooms.
There will also be a games room to keep visitors to the home entertained.
The holiday home will have a sauna and steam room, a gym and an external barbecue terrace.
It will be a beautiful haven surrounded by wildlife.
The Foundation wanted the house to be light, spacious and airy.
The charity wanted the facility to be "uplifting, aspirational and life-affirming".
The house has been designed to promote family interaction.
The home will make such a difference to poorly children and their families.
Bradley's mum Gemma Lowery wanted to help other families with their own campaigns.
The Foundation wanted the house to be in direct constrast to medical environments.
The Bradley Lowery Foundation was set up following Bradley's death in July 2017.
Mum Gemma Lowery said Bradley was always looking out for other children while suffering himself.
Gemma Lowery said she wanted to help other children achieve the goal that her family did not.
The charity has already helped boost the campaigns of many children suffering different challenges.
In March, the Foundation launched a support line service for parents and guardians of youngsters with cancer.
Another view of the home by night.
Bradley's family and friends always pledged to help others going through hardship.
A view of the kitchen and living area facilities at the home.
The home will be big enough to accommodate the whole family for a break.
On setting up the charity, Gemma said she wanted to carry on her son's legacy.
Gemma Lowery has spoken of the public's support since she launched the charity in her son's name.
The gym area at Bradley House.
Other children will create lasting memories in the home.
Bradley's legacy will help dreams come true.
A view of the outdoor area.
A beautiful open space at Bradley House.
You can visit the Foundation's website for more information on their work.