A COUPLE are raffling off their “dream home” with beautiful views of the countryside for simply £5 after their seven-year-old daughter was recognized with most cancers.
Mark and Lucy Keoghan’s daughter Mollie was recognized with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia after complaining about having sore legs and arms.
The beautiful home close to Kilkenny, Eire, is being raffled off[/caption]
The household determined to promote their dwelling after their seven-year-old daughter Mollie was recognized with leukaemia[/caption]
The brand new house owners can get pleasure from beautiful views of the Irish countryside[/caption]
The household, from Tutbury, Staffs, are actually raffling off their four-bedroom barn model dwelling with spectacular views close to Kilkenny, Eire.
They need to elevate funds to assist assist their daughter and are additionally donating 5 per cent of ticket gross sales to the Kids’s Most cancers and Leukaemia Group (CCLG).
The distinctive property was inbuilt 2011 utilizing pure limestone which was sourced from the household’s land.
It has underfloor heating and the brand new house owners will be capable of spot native deer of their backyard.
Mr Keoghan, a dad-of-three, instantly determined to promote their dwelling after their “life modified”.
He informed the Irish Mirror: “It was on July 30. She had been beforehand complaining about having sore legs, arms, head – her physique was sore from virtually March.
“We had been to the hospital and A&E about 5 instances in the course of the evening and as typical, while you get there, she had a miraculous restoration, so they are saying ‘go dwelling and provides her some Calpol.’
“Then, she is likely to be fantastic for just a few weeks but when we went for a household stroll, Mollie could be dragging behind. The ultimate straw was that evening once we took her in at 4am when she was up in ache.
It was constructed utilizing pure limestone sourced from the household’s land[/caption]
It has a sprial staircase going up from the kitchen [/caption]
Mollie pictured along with her mum Lucy Keoghan[/caption]
“She didn’t enhance on the drive to the hospital and once we acquired there, there was an increasing number of curiosity proven in her and we didn’t have any concept what to anticipate.
“I believed it is likely to be her appendix or one thing like that – after which two hours later, they take her upstairs for extra assessments and by that stage, the ward she was going onto wasn’t an indication of excellent information.
“We’re then invited into that little room which no dad and mom ever need to go to the place we’re informed that our daughter has leukaemia.
“That’s how it began, our life was turned the other way up that day. She was taken to the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham – which is the specialist youngsters’s oncology within the space – and that’s been our life since.”
He continued: “It’s medication, hospital visits, blood transfusions – that’s the place she is that this morning, she will be able to hardly stroll this morning.
“Each month she has to have a blood transfusion as a result of she will be able to’t maintain any chemo until her blood is above a sure degree.
“She had a blood transfusion this morning which she calls her ‘strawberry juice’ after which she comes dwelling all perked up for an additional month.
“It’s simply horrible to see your little daughter undergo that and to see her hair fall out, to see her so frail and weak. It’s heartbreaking.”
Their dwelling went available on the market on November 13 they usually have bought 15,000 tickets.
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They’ve set themselves a goal of promoting 130,000 tickets at £5 to assist Mollie and their chosen charities.
He mentioned: “It was very troublesome as a result of it’s a beautiful home and it was my dream to construct the home there and finally cool down.
“Nevertheless, life adjustments and you need to cope with the playing cards you’re dealt.
“It wasn’t till Mollie’s prognosis once we form of realised that there’s extra to life than simply bricks and mortar. Life is treasured and let’s plan forward.”
The toilet has been kitted out with trendy home equipment [/caption]
The couple are hoping to promote 130,000 £5 tickets[/caption]
The home has a freestanding bathtub within the rest room[/caption]