Trio step up to the fund-raising mark

Eric Caisley handing over a cheque for more than �2000 to  Jane Nattress mother of Henry and organiser of the Charity HENRY DANCER DAYS - the cash was raised in the Great North run  By  Eric Caisley and Tracey & Steve Kenny
Eric Caisley handing over a cheque for more than �2000 to Jane Nattress mother of Henry and organiser of the Charity HENRY DANCER DAYS - the cash was raised in the Great North run By Eric Caisley and Tracey & Steve Kenny

A taxi driver kept the fund-raising meter running as he clocked up more than £2,000.

Morpeth man Eric Caisley, who runs Caisley Cabs, teamed up with his neighbours Tracy and Steven Kenny to complete the Great North Run in aid of children’s cancer charity Henry Dancer Days. The trio have now handed over a cheque for £2,198 to the charity from their efforts. Mr Caisley, who completed the run in two hours nine minutes, said: “It was absolutely fantastic. I want to do it all again next year for the charity, as long as the legs hold out.”