This year's Banstead May Queen chooses to support Great Ormond Street Hospital

Bethany Davies, 15, from Epsom Downs, suffers from a chest condition

Bethany Davies, 15, from Epsom Downs, suffers from a chest condition

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A teenage girl selected as this year’s May Queen has chosen to support a hospital where she receives treatment. 

Bethany Davies, 15, from Epsom Downs, suffers from a chest condition and has had several major operations at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

As this year’s Banstead May Queen, Bethany has decided that the May Fayre on Saturday, May 3, will support GOSH’s charity.

Bethany, who has a chest condition called pectus excavatum, attends Rosebery School, in Epsom, and Christ Church Banstead where she was baptised.

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