British singer James Morrison thrilled young cancer patients in Nottingham, England last week (ends03Mar13) by performing at a local hospital.
The You Make It Real hitmaker visited the Queen's Medical Centre in his role as a patron of the Lewis Mighty Fund, which was set up following the death of seven-year-old cancer patient Lewis Mighty last year (12).
Morrison met a group of children and entertained them by performing at a special event, and the singer admits he and his partner Gill feel honoured to help the organisation, which supports kids battling cancer in Nottingham.
In a series of posts on his Twitter.com page, Morrison writes, "The Mighty family are a loving and inspiring family and the legacy of Lewis Mighty lives on in them. Me and Gill are so proud to be patrons of (the) Lewis Mighty Fund, a great charity doing great things. The experience we had meeting the children has changed us already..."