October 1st, 2016

Northfield team get mucky for Cancer Research fundraiser

Northfield team get mucky for Cancer Research fundraiser Northfield team get mucky for Cancer Research fundraiser
Updated: 4:15 pm, Jul 22, 2016

A TEAM of Northfield shop workers got ‘Pretty Muddy’ to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Manager Laura Mann, Natalie Greening, Suki Gill and Michelle Dunn, from the Wilkos in Northfield Shopping Centre took part in Race For Life to raise money for the Cancer Research UK, the store’s chosen charity of the year.

Laura, 26, said: “Cancer Research UK means a lot to everyone in the store – and everywhere really – I think it is such a widespread thing these days that everyone knows someone somewhere who has been affected by it.

“I have had family friends who have suffered from it and we really want to raise as much as possible to help fight this disease – we are grateful for every penny we have sponsored.”

Amy Hall, area events manager for Cancer Research UK, thanked the Wilko teeam and said then women come together for the Race For Life it was ‘an unstoppable force’.

“Thanks to them our doctors, nurses and scientists are able to advance research which is helping to save the lives of men, women and children across the West Midlands.”

Visit raceforlife.org or call 0300 123 0770 for more.

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