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Personal Jewellery Pieces for Cystic Fibrosis

We donate 25% of these sales to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Tash Lowther 11/09/1993 - 26/12/2016
Tash was a fighter from the minute she was born and made us all very proud every single day. She never complained and just got on with it, stating she was 'fine’. I once said to her I wish I could have CF instead of her, and she replied that she wouldn't be who she was if she didn't have CF.

Tash was a true inspiration and was beautiful inside and out. So proud to have been able to be her Mum - Wendy Lowther
imagetextIn Memory of Tash Bracelet

imagetextIn Memory of Tash Keyring

Kayleigh Barras
imagetext This bracelet has been made in memory of Kayleigh Barras, the life and soul of every party. Kayleigh was an amazing friend, aunt, sister and daughter and was loved by everyone who knew her. She sadly passed away in December 2015, after a lifelong fight with Cystic
Fibrosis, a disease which she never let define her.

She was an avid lover of tattoos, so this bracelet has been designed around them, allowing us to carry a piece of her wherever we may go. Kayleigh will always have a special place in our hearts - Keryn Hall
imagetextIn Memory of Kayleigh
Charm Bracelet

imagetextIn Memory of Kayleigh
Men's Bracelet

Rebecca Marley
imagetext Rebecca was a very "alive" girl, she didn't let her CF affect the way she lived her life.

She had an infectious loud laugh that really showed her personality, so all the vibrant rainbow colours really reflect her personality - Sue Marley

imagetextIn Memory of Rebecca Necklace

imagetext Skyla is a lovely happy little 3 year old who was born with CF, she is doing very well despite all the treatments she has.

Skyla is a lovely shining star. Please buy her bracelet and support the CF Trust - Nikki Kent (Skyla's Mummy)

Follow Skyla's fight against Cystic Fibrosis at

imagetextIn Support of Skyla Bracelet

Brooke Abbi Masson
imagetext Brooke Abbi Masson is a beautiful little girl with a smile to melt all hearts.

Brooke was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis at just a few days old so this bracelet was inspired by Brooke in support to raise money for the CF Trust - Laura Stuart

imagetextIn Support of Brooke Bracelet

Ryan O'Neil 8/8/1990 - 15/7/2010
imagetext Ryan O'Neil sadly died only weeks before his 20th birthday. He suffered from Cystic Fibrosis but never let it get in the way of living his life. He was loved by everyone and was always there when you needed him. Ryan faced all the problems in his life with a smile on his face, for that he is my hero. Ryan will always be missed and will always be in our hearts - Chantalle Provan

Ryan was as wonderful a brother as anyone could ask for, strong and funny, never letting his illness get in the way of him living a life full of good times and good friends. To say he was a normal boy is unfair, he had a heart of gold and will always hold a special place in my heart. He is still a huge part of my families' life today and he will be missed ...always - Clare O'Neil (Ryan's Sister)
imagetextIn Memory of Ryan Bracelet
Strength and Courage

Ali May Morgan (Alcock) 5/9/1971 - 24/3/2010
imagetext The design for this bracelet was inspired by Ali, who always lived life to the full and did so much to help others.

She would have wanted to continue raising as much money as possible for the CF Trust, so please buy a bracelet to keep her memory alive - Adam Morgan

imagetextIn Memory of Ali Bracelet

If you would like a piece of jewellery designed in support/memory
of someone special to you with cystic fibrosis, then contact us
and we will work with you to create the perfect personal piece.
☆ We donate 5% of sales, and 25% of specific pieces, to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Thank you very much for your support of our fund raising ☆

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