By Laura Payne Thursday 23 August 2012 Updated: 31/08 10:57
THE mum of Harry Moseley has been presented with a star on Birmingham's Walk of Stars in honour of her son's achievements.
Harry, from Sheldon, was 11-years-old when he died in October last year from a brain tumour.
A campaign was launched to get Harry a star on the Walk of Stars to recognise the fundraising work he did through his charity Help Harry Help Others which is due to be officially launched as a registered charity on September 26.
Harry raised more than £500,000 through his campaign by making and selling bracelets which were worn by many famous people including Gordon Brown who was then Prime Minister, TV presenter Ben Shepherd and Duncan Bannatyne from BBC show Dragons' Den.
A party was held on Monday (August 20) at Brindley Place in Birmingham where Harry's mum Georgina Moseley was presented with a small version of the star which will be placed on Broad Street.
Posting on Twitter she said: "Harry will always be in my heart but now he's part of Birmingham forever."
Visit www.hhho.co.uk for more information.
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