Notts boy, 4, currently undergoing chemotherapy visits White Post Farm to raise money for Queens Medical Centre

A four-year-old boy who is currently undergoing chemotherapy has visited White Post Farm as part of a Slideathon.

By Jessica Dallison
Saturday, 13th April 2019, 3:07 pm
Updated Saturday, 13th April 2019, 3:09 pm
Larsen Roberts at the park.
Larsen Roberts at the park.

Larsen Roberts, from Nottingham, is currently being treated at Queens Medical Centre Children's Hospital for a optic pathway glioma, a slow-growing tumour.

Wanting to raise money for the hospital he has taken on 26 slides today, Saturday, April 13, and has so far raised more than £2,600.

Starting at Center Parcs, in Sherwood Forest, he then heading to other parks including White Post Farm in Farnsfield.

Larsen Roberts at the park.

A White Post Farm spokesman said: "He wanted to do something special to raise money for the ward he is being treated by; what better way to raise money than to do a 'Slideathon'.

"Thank you for letting White Post Farm be part of your challenge Larsen, you are a true superhero."