A Wolverhampton hospital worker whose baby daughter died shortly after birth has vowed to help other bereaved parents and raise £1,000 for charity in her memory.
Bethany Murray, 27, a clerk at New Cross Hospital, lost her daughter, Ophelia Storm Murray, after giving birth 32 weeks into her pregnancy.
Bethany and husband Zane, also 27, have decided to raise money for the Lily Mae Foundation, which supports parents and families who have experienced stillbirth or neonatal death.
Bethany’s loved ones will be running the Autumn Wild Wolf Run on Saturday – running through thick mud, trails and obstacles across open ground, woodland and lakes in The Offchurch Bury manor house, near Leamington Spa.
Losing Ophelia Storm has hit the couple, from Ashmore Park, particularly hard as they had been trying to conceive for two years after two miscarriages in 2020.