Colleagues of a couple who have seen their little girl diagnosed with leukaemia have pulled together in their aid.Advertisement
Workers at Booths in Penwortham got on their bikes to cycle the Guild Wheel to help out three-year-old Darcie and their family.
Mum, Joanna, works at the Booths and her colleagues got pedalling the 21-mile route over the weekend of 29/30 July to help a fundraiser to support Darcie’s treatment go through the £2,000 mark.
Read more: Sam’s Legacy tournament raises funds in memory of Penwortham aid worker
Friend Dana Andrews wrote on the fundraising page: “Darcie was recently diagnosed with B-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. She is only three years old, and while it is treatable, she and her family now face a very challenging two years of treatment.
“Obviously this will have a huge impact on family life, massively affecting Joanna and Andy’s work and domestic situations for the foreseeable future.”
You can donate to the Booths team’s efforts on the Justgiving page.
Read more: See the latest Preston news and headlines