NERRA


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NERRANational Estuarine Research Reserve Association (est. 1987)
NERRANew Equipment Resources Requirements Analysis
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SUPPORT: Sharandeep Sahota helped her family through grief ACHIEVEMENTS: Members of the 101 project at Walsall College, Wisemore Campus HARD WORK: Mollie Donald has overcome ADHD and dyslexia DEVOTED: Daniel Rai, helps his mother Ruth Rai who has MS QUICK-THINKING: Abigail Hancox helped Christina O'Brien with the birth of Jamie Hancox 'LITTLE MUM': Lisa Gunton with Nathan Gunton, who has autism DETERMINED: Ethan Barnbrook has a rare condition STRENGTH: Summer Wilde helped dad Ellis get through cancer BATTLER: Paige Conlon who was injured in a hit-and-run just before Christmas THOUGHTFUL: Samuel and Vicky Gould who write for BASIL LIFESAVER: John Newborough helped save a man's life BOND: Tammia O'Callaghan plays 'mum' to sister Nerra
Now, almost four years on, she has given a moving Mother's Day interview about how she and Nerra overcame their heartache - a testimony to the resilience and strength of sisterly love.
But, having taken on Tammia's role, Nerra began missing a lot of school and was eventually placed in foster care by concerned social services.
Tammia so impressed the social workers, she was granted guardianship of Nerra - three months after giving birth to Amaar.
Nerra, now 16, is also just about to take her GCSEs and is studying childcare at college.
To mark her bravery and resilience, we are making Nerra a Sunday Mercury Wonderkid.
One notable pilgrim was Count Fulk Nerra of Anjou (987-1040) whose nickname, `the Black', belies the fact that he was a great enthusiast for Jerusalem going there at least three and probably four times.