HUMBERSIDE LIFESTYLE got off to a cracking start for ‘The 4 Stars’ team of Harry Wharton, Jacob Burney and brother and sister Daniel and Ana Pilgrim on Wednesday.
The fundraising foursome all from South Holderness Technology College had set up their tombola pitch at Hedon Post Office and one of the first on the scene was Hedon resident and retired Hull police officer John Ogston who was delighted to support the young 4 Stars – and even won three prizes!
The 4 stars have three good causes which they are aiming to raise money for as part of their Humberside Police Lifestyle Project:
- Support the ‘Give Becky a Break’ appeal which has been launched to help Becky Liddle from Keyingham; Becky has suffered a severe stroke which has hospitalised the normally plucky Brownie who is only 9-years-old;
- Help a young family from Hull including triplets, who are involved in a major battle with cancer; more information to be released by the team;
- Huntington’s Disease; including raising awareness of this little-known about neurological disorder.
The stall is just the start of The 4 Stars public events who are already organising other events, including a Bake Sale, a Garden Party and a Sponsored Sweep.
It’s going to be a busy summer for this Hedon team who really are a set of four stars deserving of our support! The team is supported by enthusiastic adult adviser Emma Wharton, Harry’s mum.
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