Ladies honour Georgia in the most colourful way

A team of ladies from a local health centre donned orange wigs and accessories to raise cash for a charity fund-raiser.

Thursday, 28th September 2017, 10:55 am
Updated Friday, 29th September 2017, 5:21 pm
Vera Leitao, Emma Nicholas, Karen Kelly, Jayde Melling and Nicola Robinson.

And while their efforts provided lots of laughter their was a serious side to their mission as well.

Karen Kelly and her colleagues from Lower Ince Health were taking part in Stand Up to Cancer in memory of Karen’s daughter Georgia who sadly lost her brave battle against the disease aged just nine last year.

Karen, 41, a paediatric nurse said: “Stand Up To Cancer is very close to our hearts after everything Georgia went through at such young age.

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Eight-year-old Georgia Kelly, who has been diagnosed with neuroblastoma, with Wigan and Leigh Hospice day hospice staff nurse Natalie Gordon

“After losing her we are determined to do all that we can to raise money and help fund life-saving cancer research.”

www.standuptocancer.ork.uk

Eight-year-old Georgia Kelly, who has been diagnosed with neuroblastoma, with Wigan and Leigh Hospice day hospice staff nurse Natalie Gordon