Unlock a Life for Lockey was created by Laughlin Whiteley and his parents Andrea and John, whilst Laughlin was undergoing treatment for secondary cancer AML Leukaemia at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
It was Laughlin’s love of creating art and lego that inspired him to want to help other children in similar situations,
and so, Unlock a Life
for Lockey was born.
Allowing children and
their carers the
chance to play and
be creative is one of
the core aims of the
charity and it was
Laughlin’s wish to
share this with others.
Making a KEY difference to children recovering from cancer
Unlock a Life for Lockey is a registered charity in England & Wales. 1159826
Bali Hi, Station Road, Alburgh, Norfolk, IP20 0BT