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Youth Hoodie – Arthurs Adventure

£20.50

Currently Suspended due to Coronavirus Supply Issues
Material: 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester.

  • Soft cotton faced fabric.
  • Drop shoulder style.
  • Double fabric hood.
  • No drawcords to comply with EU regulations.
  • Front pouch pocket with opening for ear phone cord feed.
  • Ribbed cuffs and hem.
  • Twin needle stitching.
  • WRAP Certified Production.

Weight: 280 gsm

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Currently Suspended due to Coronavirus Supply Issues

Our suppliers are working with reduced teams thanks to coronavirus. As such, we have reduced supply capacity, we’re working together to ease picking requirements and temporarily limiting our available product catalogue. Suspended items will be clearly marked. You can order suspended items, and they will be shipped when they become available. The order will be shipped as a whole, so any items you order will ONLY be shipped once the suspended item is back in stock. We don’t know when this will be. It could be weeks, it could be months.

About the hoodie:
A super cosy hoodie for kids 3 – 12.

About Arthur:

Arthur was born on the 12th of March 2017. His parents, Charlene and Ashley were over the moon to introduce Arthur to his big sister Ellie.

Two days after birth, now at home, Charlene and Ashley noticed Arthur didn’t open his eyes. He’d never cried, was extremely floppy and didn’t move his limbs. After voicing their concerns, Arthur was admitted to hospital and ventilated due to rising CO2 levels.

After 10 agonising days, many tests (including a lumbar puncture and an MRI scan) Arthur was diagnosed with Nonketotic Hyperglycinemia (NKH). This was unheard of, and a complete shock to his parents.

With the support of the doctors at Gloucester Royal Hospital, his parents made the decision to remove Arthur’s oxygen tube and let the little man fight, and he did!

Arthur continued to beat the odds, celebrating his 2nd birthday in March 2019 and going on a family holiday to Disneyland Paris. Sadly, two weeks after returning from this holiday Arthur began to deteriorate. He was transferred to Acorns Children’s Hospice where, on the 2nd of May (NKH Awareness Day), Arthur passed away in his Daddy’s arms.

At the moment there are some medications used to treat NKH, but they are very harsh on tiny bodies and don’t work in all cases. Arthurs family and close friends are now working hard to help fund research into NKH and hope this will enable a cure to found for this genetic condition.

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