Yesterday we received very sad news about a brave little man who lived in Manchester. Our Hearts Go Out To Dylan’s Family
Back in December 2017, Tommy Robinson visited a wonderful family in Manchester. He found out about them through charity work and involvement he has with the Amelia Mae Foundation. Dylan Day was a bright, energetic, loving boy who was terminally ill with cancer.
Dylan was only ten years old and under palliative care when Tommy got involved. It was Christmas and Dylan was asked if he had one wish, what would it be? If there was anywhere he could go, if there was anything he could do, where and what would it be? Like many ten-year-olds Dylan’s dream was to go and visit Disneyland in Florida, and maybe bump into his favourite YouTuber Matty B.
Tommy went to see Dylan’s dad Frank and his nan Paula to see if he could help them. Frank had set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for Dylan’s trip to Disneyworld. It would be a trip of a lifetime, a trip that would provide priceless and irreplaceable memories and make a very poorly little mans dream come true.
At the time Frank had managed to raise some money, Tommy donated what was needed to send a sick boy on holiday with his family. Sadly we were told that Dylan had lost his fight with cancer yesterday and passed away peacefully.
God bless you little man, may you rest in peace with no more pain, no more suffering. Know that you will always be loved and forever missed.
Our thoughts go out to Dylans beautiful and brave family during these sad times.