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Skipton firefighters raise awareness of kids cancer charity

Skipton firefighters raise awareness of kids cancer charity

Published by Lisa Darvill at 1:57pm 13th September 2018.

Skipton fire station is helping to raise awareness of a charity that helps children with cancer.

Firefighters have today unveiled a big sticker on the side of one of their fire engines, which supports the charity Candlelighters.

The charity helps 4-year-old William Bramley from Skipton who has acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Watch manager Martyn Hughes said: 

"William is a relative of one of our firefighters at Skipton so we've been doing a few charity events including open days and Ben Nevis walks.

"It's a charity that we're very passionate about. We've got links within the local community so it's about raising awareness on their behalf." 

 

Willaim Bramley

William Bramley enjoying a special trip to Skipton Fire Station  

You can find out more about Candlelighters at www.candlelighters.org.uk 

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