Limited time left to book tickets for fundraising ball in light of Royston-born Dean and partner Francesca’s brain tumour battles

PUBLISHED: 16:21 08 September 2017 | UPDATED: 16:21 08 September 2017

Couple Francesca Bryant and Dean Goddard have both battled brain tumours over the past year.

Couple Francesca Bryant and Dean Goddard have both battled brain tumours over the past year.

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There are just two weeks left to buy tickets to a fundraising ball organised by a young couple who have both battled brain tumours.

Francesca Bryant, 28, and her partner Dean Goddard, 29, have each been diagnosed with a brain tumour over the past 12 months.

Francesca has Von Hippel-Lindau syndrome, which predisposes her to a variety of malignant and benign tumours, and has had nine benign tumours removed since she was 15.

Dean, who grew up in Royston, was diagnosed with a tumour in his optic nerve after a routine eye check-up.

Francesca and Dean, together with their friend Gina McLean, are organising a ball to raise money for two charities which have supported them VHL UK/Ireland and Macmillan Cancer Support – at Wyboston Lakes Willows Suite on October 21.

Tickets for the black tie event, which include a three-course dinner, are £30. To book a place at the ball, make sure you email vhlandmacmillanball@hotmail.com before September 21.

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