Baby April: Fundraising page launched t宝贝时时彩计划好用吗 o give hero who found abandoned baby girl get his 'dream wedding'A fundraising page has been set up to help the man who discovered an abandoned baby girl in a games arcade t
oilet get his dream wedding. Warren Chadwick, 36, from Southport, Merseyside, rescued Baby April, as she is know known, after finding her face down in a toilet bowl at Silcocks amusement arcade in Southport on Thursda
y. The baby, named by nurses at Ormskirk Hospital , is now safe and well. Since Warrens heroics members of the public are hoping to reward him for his good deed - although Warren says he feels the money may be better spent on the baby. He said: Its nice that people want to reward me for saving Aprils life, but Im in two minds really. I think I would rather the money be put into a bank account for April or saved in some way for her. Hero: Warren Chadwick rescued the new born baby from the toilet after the alarm was raised and took her to hospital in the back of a police car (Image: Ian Cooper) Im going to see her on Tuesday and Id like
to take her a present, maybe a small piece of jewellery or something. Im looking forward to seeing her - if shes still at the hospital - Im glad that shes happy and well because a part of me wonders what would have happened to her if I was even just ten minutes later than I was. A Just Giving page for the fund describes how he selflessly saved the life of Baby April - hailing Mr Chadwick a hero and says he deserves his dream. Dream weddingView gallery Well-wishers have donate
d 80, with one anonymous donor pledging 50. The fund has been set up by Clair Borrill and Ray Rigby and hopes to raise 1,000 to help pay towards Warrens dream wedding Clair messaged Warren, after seeing he was getting married on Facebook, to inform him she wanted to start a fundraising page to contribute to his wedding. In a message to Warren, she said: Were setting up a Just Giving page to help towards your wedding.
We as a community feel you need a massive pat on the back. Alone: The abandoned newborn baby found abandoned insi
de public toilets just hours after being born (Image: Merseyside Police/PA) Fingers crossed we raise some money for you both. What you did was beyond anyth
ing I can say and I
want you to know how many people are behind you and want to help you. After Baby April was abandoned police grew increasingly concerned for the welfare of the mother and launched an appeal to find her. Eventually she was found in the Merseyside area and is now receiving medical attention. Donations are also being taken for Baby April. People are able to donate newborn baby clothes by dropping them off at Southpo
rt Hospital, Ormskirk Hospital and the Sparkles and Studs boutique in Southport. A hospital trust spokesman said: April is being looked after by staff and is safe and well. The care of the baby is
the most important thing.