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Continuing the push to save Heather

Continuing the push to save Heather

Published by KLFM
5:27am 12th June 2019. (Updated at 5:28am 12th June 2019)

Over a third of the way to get to help save this Downham Market mum.

Heather Bellamy needs specialist treatment after the NHS couldn't get rid of her rare cancer.

But the family will need at least a £100,000 to get her out there and onto the treatment.

heather bellamy and partner max from downham market
Heather and her partner Max

So far they have raised nearly £37,000 online along with other denotations.

That's why the family are continuing the push to make sure they can hit this life-saving target.

KLFM spoke to Heather's niece earlier this year during an emotional interview.

 

The next big fundraiser is 'Soul Against Leukaemia' at King's Lynn Town Hall on 21st June.

KLFM's Alistair Cox will be performing to help raise more money for the West Norfolk family.

You can book your ticket to the event by calling 07838254048 or 07738940586.

They cost £7 on the door and the event starts at 8pm.

Or you can donate to their online appeal.

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