Family and friends of a little boy who suffers with a serious heart condition have raised more than £1,000 for the hospital which saved his life.
Anthony Gregory, who is 18 months old, was diagnosed with a complex heart disease before he was born and under-went three major operations during the first three months of his life.
Now his parents, Elizabeth Swain and Alan Gregory, want to give something back to Royal Brompton Heart Hospital, which looked after Anthony during his hours of need.
At the start of this month a charity night called '4 Da Heart' was organised at The Star pub in Northolt Road, South Harrow. About 300 people supported the event and more than £1,400 will now be donated to the specialist institute in central London.
Mother-of-three Elizabeth, 32, whose second child Jazmine died in infancy, wants to thank everybody who has helped and supported her family. She said: "Anthony is doing really well but he has been through so much since he was born. Royal Brompton was so good to him and you can see this because he is now such a happy little boy.
"He is not out of the wars yet and will have to undergo more surgery but I have every faith in the NHS because it has been so good to us."
Elizabeth and Alan, who also have a daughter called Ella, five, and live in Albert Road, Harrow, are planning to put on more charity nights.
Elizabeth said: "The night was such a success and I want to thank everybody who helped. It was a team effort. We are already thinking about more events because we want to raise as much money as possible for such a good cause."