Decent total for charity – oh yes it is!

From left, Cheryl Waterhouse, maths teacher at King Edward VI School, presents Henry Dancer Days founder Jane Nattrass with a cheque for �1,000 for the charity.
From left, Cheryl Waterhouse, maths teacher at King Edward VI School, presents Henry Dancer Days founder Jane Nattrass with a cheque for �1,000 for the charity.

Former deputy head girl Jane Nattrass returned to King Edward VI School in Morpeth to be presented with a cheque for £1,000 for the charity she founded in memory of her son.

The money for Henry Dancer Days (HDD) – which supports young sufferers of osteosarcoma, an aggressive form of bone cancer, and their families – was raised at the annual school pantomime, written by maths teacher Cheryl Waterhouse and performed by members of staff in front of a very appreciative audience of students.

Jane thanked the school, a long-term HDD supporter, for its latest donation.

Visit www.henrydancerdays.co.uk for details about the support and services provided by the charity, which include grants and story-telling sessions for children in hospital.