Claire and Tristan Cork from Hethersett lost their five-year-old son Finnbar in August 2016 just five months after doctors discovered an aggressive tumour on his brain. Frustrated with the lack of research being conducted into childhood brain tumours, the couple founded charity Finnbars force to support studies and provide relief for families affected by the disease. In recognition of their work, the couple were invited to a reception at Westminster on Tuesday (April 30) to mark the tenth anniversary of the charity Brain Tumour Research. Chief Executive Sue Farrington Smith MBE said: We want to thank Claire and Tristan, along with each and every one of our supporters. We are inspired by all of you. We wouldnt be here without you. And we are here for you.