14 year old Chloe Hayes, from Wigston, was treated to sightseeing trip with a difference thanks to Rays of Sunshine Children’s Charity and H.R. Owen. Chloe, who is currently living with Friedrich’s Ataxia – a rare inherited disease that causes nervous system damage and movement problems – had her wish granted to have a weekend in London with her family.
Her wish weekend began with a special shopping trip around London’s shopping hot spots, Carnaby Street and Oxford Street, starting with one of her favourite stores Jack Wills. When all shopped out, the family headed back to the Grange White Hotel, where they were staying for the weekend.
The next day, Chloe and her family started their day at one of the capital’s most iconic landmarks; the London Eye. Back on the south bank, waiting for the family, was their very own chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce Phantom car, organised by H.R Owen, for them to enjoy and see the rest of London’s sights in style. The family enjoyed riding around the capital in style, stopping off at landmarks on their way.