Charity Fund On Target

The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is on target to raise £1.4m before next April.

But Community Fundraising Manager Jade Barrett told listeners to Phil Rostance's Coffee Club there's still a long way to go.

Jade Barrett from The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity

The team have been busy raising cash during the last two months by having parachute jumps, taking part in the Wirral Coastal Walk, running marathons and half marathons - as well as shorter distances!

The cash will go towards new state-of-the-art equipment as well as wigs for patients who have gone through chemotherapy.

We are urging golf clubs across Wirral to have The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity as their main charity for the year so members can help us to reach £1.4m. We also have plenty plastic pots for shop owners to have on display in their shops. Please help us! - Jade Barrett

The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is holding a fundraising event which will include a live singer on Monday from 7pm at Leaf, 65-67 Bold Street, Liverpool L1 4EZ.

For further information please contact Jade Barrett on 0151 482 7948 or go to their website.

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