A BROMSGROVE business owner has arranged a ball in aid of a charity set up by an 11-year-old who died of a brain tumour.

HelpHarryHelpOthers is a Birmingham based charity set up by Harry Moseley, 11, who decided to sell handmade bracelets for his friend who also had brain cancer.

He raised money for Cancer Research and after he died in October 2011 his family decided to continue his work.

Vibrant Network owner and event organiser Ian Prowse said: “It is a great cause, Harry's story is very emotional. He showed so much bravery during his journey with a brain tumour and is an inspiration to us all.

“Cancer is an awful disease and the more money we can raise for research to help rid the world of all types of cancer the better.

“In the past couple of months my mum's breast cancer has spread to her brain, she really is an inspiration to me - I want to do all I can to help people suffering with cancer and hopefully one day we can beat this disease and other families won't have to go through what Harry's family went through and the journey that my family are currently on”

The Vibrant Network Charity Ball and Awards evening will take place on Thursday, November 20.

The event, which is open to everyone, will be held at Grafton Manor and will include a meal and live music from former Ocean Colour Scene band member Dan Sealey.

Prizes will be given to the Vibrant Franchisee of the Year, Vibrant Network Leader of the Year and Vibrant Member of the Year.

A drinks reception will be held at 6.45pm with the meal and award presentations at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £69.

To book visit: vibrant-network.co.uk/vibrant-gatherings