Brave Tot Home For X-mas

A brave tot, who has spent the past seven months in hospital battling a brain tumour, has been allowed home just in time for Christmas. Calli Cheetham, three, was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumour in May. Parents Mick Cheetham and Karen Leslie, from Skegness, Lincolnshire, noticed she had lost her appetite and was sleeping a lot so took her to the Pilgrim Hospital, Boston. At first, she was diagnosed with meningitis.

A brave tot, who has spent the past seven months in hospital battling a brain tumour, has been allowed home just in time for Christmas. Calli Cheetham, three, was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumour in May. Parents Mick Cheetham and Karen Leslie, from Skegness, Lincolnshire, noticed she had lost her appetite and was sleeping a lot so took her to the Pilgrim Hospital, Boston. At first, she was diagnosed with meningitis.

A brave tot, who has spent the past seven months in hospital battling a brain tumour, has been allowed home just in time for Christmas. Calli Cheetham, three, was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumour in May. Parents Mick Cheetham and Karen Leslie, from Skegness, Lincolnshire, noticed she had lost her appetite and was sleeping a lot so took her to the Pilgrim Hospital, Boston. At first, she was diagnosed with meningitis.

A brave tot, who has spent the past seven months in hospital battling a brain tumour, has been allowed home just in time for Christmas. Calli Cheetham, three, was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumour in May. Parents Mick Cheetham and Karen Leslie, from Skegness, Lincolnshire, noticed she had lost her appetite and was sleeping a lot so took her to the Pilgrim Hospital, Boston. At first, she was diagnosed with meningitis.

A brave tot, who has spent the past seven months in hospital battling a brain tumour, has been allowed home just in time for Christmas. Calli Cheetham, three, was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumour in May. Parents Mick Cheetham and Karen Leslie, from Skegness, Lincolnshire, noticed she had lost her appetite and was sleeping a lot so took her to the Pilgrim Hospital, Boston. At first, she was diagnosed with meningitis.