All that jazz helps to raise funds for cancer charity

Rosemere supporters who took up an invitationto stand a fundraising stall on Clitheroe Market on Ribble Valley Jazz & Blues Festival weekend are (from left to right) John Hodgson, Dave Herrity, Margaret Dunn, Norma Blackburn and Kath Hodgson (s)
Rosemere supporters who took up an invitationto stand a fundraising stall on Clitheroe Market on Ribble Valley Jazz & Blues Festival weekend are (from left to right) John Hodgson, Dave Herrity, Margaret Dunn, Norma Blackburn and Kath Hodgson (s)
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Stall holders on Clitheroe Market hit the right note for Rosemere Cancer Foundation when they invited the charity’s supporters to stand alongside them on the Saturday of the Ribble Valley Jazz & Blues Festival weekend.

For by running their own market stall offering shoppers the chance to play fun games, buy raffle tickets and try their luck on a tombola, as well as selling Rosemere merchandise, they managed to raise £300.

This money will go towards vital equipment, research and training that cannot be funded by the NHS as Rosemere works to bring world class cancer treatments and services to cancer patients throughout Lancashire and South Cumbria via their local hospitals and the region’s three specialist cancer centres in Preston, Blackpool (blood cancers) and Blackburn (liver cancers). Rosemere also funds those things that can make the cancer journey a little more comfortable such as free access to complementary therapies for all newly diagnosed patients.