Store makes a connection with children’s cancer charity

Henry Dancer Days picking up their �1000 cheque
Henry Dancer Days picking up their �1000 cheque

A charity set up by a Morpeth mum to help families of children with cancer has picked up a £1,000 bonus.

Henry Dancer Days, which was established by former King Edward VI School student Jane Nattrass in memory of her son, has received the cheque from Vodafone’s store in Sanderson Arcade via a Community Connection Award.

Ms Nattrass said: “We’re so grateful to the people of Morpeth, and on this occasion to Nik and his team at Vodafone — £1,000 will do a lot of good for children with cancer. We have lots of activities planned for 2015, including a Golf Day at Longhirst PGA Course on May 23 and a Ball at Beamish Hall.”

The charity will also receive a free tech assessment.