Nursery raises £500 for charity

A nursery in Kidderminster has raised an amazing £500 in support of a local schoolgirl who has been recently diagnosed with leukaemia. Little Trinity Nursery staff and parents made and sold cakes, orange hats and ribbons to show their support for eight-year-old Hunnie Morris, a pupil at Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre, who was diagnosed with leukaemia in December.

Nursery manager Miss Gaynor Carter thanked donors, saying, “I’m constantly overwhelmed by the level of help we receive from our nursery families and a personal thank you to Mr O’Brien of Kaya Thai Food who donated £120 from sales through his Thai takeaway.”

All money will be forwarded to Holy Trinity School with the final amount raised split between Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Little Princess Trust, which is based at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital, and used to support children suffering with leukaemia.

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