A man from Bury St Edmunds is raising money for the Neonatal unit at both West Suffolk Hospital and Norfolk and Norwich University by releasing a song in memory of his daughter.
Craig Palmer, from Bury St Edmunds write and recorded the moving song in memory his and his wife, Sammie’s daughter Lola who was sadly born early and passed away after 12 hours of fighting back in 2013.
Craig said “Although her life was short, she will always have a special place in our hearts. I have written a track as a tribute to my daughter Lola which tells the story of the events at the time and I’m hoping to firstly raise much needed money for the Neonatal unit in West Suffolk Hospital (Bury St Edmunds) and the Neonatal ward (NICU) in Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital.
Craig also wants to raise awareness about neonatal babies and the struggles that the family’s face throughout the tragic fight for life that these tiny babies must go through.
If you would like to donate to the cause you can do through Virgin Money Giving via the link shown below: –
The track is also available on Spotify, iTunes, Googleplay, Amazon and various other streaming sites. All money raised from these sites will be donated too.