Pictured Peggy at home after hospital. A little girl who was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour after her mum noticed a droop in her eye has started school a day her family thought may never happen. See SWNS story SWMRtumour. Emma Williams, 38, spotted a droop in her daughter Peggys, four, left eye and took her to Royal United Hospital, Bath, concerned. A scan showed a small lump on the tots optic nerve and after a ten-and-a-half-hour operation at Bristol Childrens Hospital, a biopsy revealed the tumour was a low grade meningioma- a slow growing brain tumour. Doctors have been unable to remove the tumour as it would have left Peggy with life-changing injuries.