Lucy’s coffee morning boost for cancer charity

Carrick teenager 14-year-old Lucy Sullivan has raised the sum of £758.58 for the Cancer Fund for Children charity.

Monday, 28th January 2019, 4:15 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 7:29 pm
Emma Hamilton and Lucy Sullivan (right).

Lucy’s coffee morning was held on Saturday at Carrickfergus Methodist Church halls.

Lucy has thanked everyone who supported the fundraiser and the church for the use of the venue.

Cancer Fund for Children is a charity which serves children and young people diagnosed with cancer, or living with a parent diagnosed with cancer.

Madison Wright and Hannah Sullivan (right).

Lucy’s mum Julie has been through a devastating cancer diagnosis twice.

Julie said that her daughter wanted to “give something back” to the charity which enabled her daughters Lucy and Hannah to meet other families who have had the same experience and to take part in activities at the charity’s residential facility at Daisy Lodge, in Newcastle, Co. Down.

Lucy Sullivan and Cllr. Andrew Wilson.
Cancer Fund for Children cakes kindly made by Wee Bo's Treats