Keystone House Hostel supports Team Margot’s charity and has a double en-suite room fully decorated with information on the cause, proceeds from the booking of this room go directly to helping Team Margot in their quest to help raise awareness of the benefits of stem cell donation. To date Keystone House has helped raise over £2,000 for this very worthy cause.

In 2013, 14-month-old Margot Martini was diagnosed with blood cancer and required a bone marrow transplant (also known as a stem cell transplant) to stand the best chance of survival.

Margot eventually found a “suitable” donor match and received her bone marrow transplant in February 2014. Unfortunately, Margot’s Leukaemia was extremely aggressive. She relapsed during that summer and passed away, aged 2 years and 2 months, on the 27 October 2014.