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While out with Niamh and Aiden in Troon one day, the Campbells decided to visit Stewart Milne Homes' Earl's Green development, where designobsessed Niamh instantly fell in love with the five-bedroom Southbrook.
Dublin actress Clelia Murphy's role as Niamh Brennan comes to an end but there's a "surprise twist in store" for her onscreen partner Paul, played by Tony Tormey.
Sports Minister Dahne Ross said: "I would like to congratulate Niamh on her historic appointment.
But, despite clearing the first tumour, Niamh has suffered a relapse.
Lochaven of Scotland's Keith Murray said: "We were delighted to make a bespoke uniform for Niamh.
Treated at the children's hospital since birth, the hard-working student at Bishop Challoner Catholic College is grateful for the care she has received, inspiring Niamh to turn to fundraising as a way to say thank you.
But before that, Niamh and fellow students at Shelley College who will be joining her on the journey, have to buckle down to some serious fund-raising to hit a PS5,000 target.
As part of her prize, Niamh wins a Kindle Wi-Fi Touch for herself, a donation of books for her school, and the retailer is pleased to announce the bookmark is being professionally printed, along with the under-eights winners',' and made available in the company's 96 stores for employee and customer donations, with all proceeds going to children's literacy charity Springboard for Children.
Niamh, from Acklam, was 10 years old at the time of the competition but competed in the National 3 Girls 11-12 years category.
She agreed to help and dispatched one of her staff to Farges, near the Swiss border, to bring Niamh home.
Doctors at Bristol Children's Hospital have told Niamh and her parents, who live in Barry, that the Palmerston Primary School pupil could have a life-changing operation called SDR, or Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy, which could mean she could walk unaided and without the tremors and pain spasms.