Nicky’s son, Finley who is aged twelve, was diagnosed with Kawasaki disease too late to be treated and so she organised the event in order to raise awareness and money for research.
Kawasaki disease is a disease that mainly affects children under the age of five. Common symptoms of the disease include a rash, swollen glands on the neck, dry cracked lips, red fingers or toes and red eyes.
Kawasaki disease cannot be prevented but if it is diagnosed and treated promptly, most children will make a full recovery within six to eight weeks.
In the UK around eight in every 100,000 children develop Kawasaki disease each year.
Listen to Finley Green talk about living with Kawasaki disease: