Amy Tanner

Myself and 3 friends are taking part in the Highland Swing Bungee at Pitlochry on the 1st of December to raise money for my lovely wee cousin who has battled with neuroblastoma since she was 6.

Please donate anything you can to help Ashlee and our campaign. This is the Highland Bungee and I am not afraid to admit that I am terrified!

My 13-year-old cousin Ashlee is a shy but thoughtful young lady. She loves music (particularly singing), fashion, experimenting with make-up and animals, including her own dog Angel who has been a welcome distraction in times of upset or pain.

Ashlee was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma at the age of six but relapsed for the second time in November 2018, devastating her family. They know that her future is uncertain as once a child relapses, their chances of long-term survival drop drastically to less than one in ten.

Ashlee finished more chemotherapy and received the positive news that her scans showed no active disease! She is now receiving immunotherapy, after which her family hope to access a vaccine in New York that aims to keep the cancer from returning.

They are fundraising for £239,000 so Ashlee can start the clinical trial in February.

Amy Tanner