CANCER battler Oliver Field will be spending Christmas at home with his family.
And that’s a great Christmas present for his whole family, as the Dalton toddler spent most of last Christmas in hospital having treatment.
He had been battling a rare form of cancer but received the news in August that there was no evidence of the cancer, after a series of tests.
The two-year-old was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive form of cancer, when he was just eight months old.
This has meant constant injections, operations and endless hours in hospital.
Mum Laura said: “Oliver’s treatment was completed in July and we found out there was no evidence of the cancer in August.
“We are looking forward to having Oliver at home with us this Christmas.
“We are going to make it very special for him and have a lot of things planned, with him missing out last year.
“We will be going to the Festival of Light this weekend and will be going on the Christmas train in Manchester.