Bracelets mark Maisie’s life
The team at Specsavers Wantage has raised more than £1,500 for the Caring Cancer Trust in memory of Maisie Norton, a 17-year-old Wantage resident who lost her fight against the disease in 2015.
Staff at the store designed a unique charity bracelet, which they sold in-store for £3, raising a total of £1,572.10 for the charity.
Fantastic effort to raise funds
Store director Nicky Rutter said: ‘We hoped to raise £1,000, so to beat our target is fantastic and a big thanks to everyone who supported us.
‘Maisie was the cousin of two of our opticial assistants, so it’s been good to be able to support the Caring Cancer Charity Trust as it was her chosen charity.’
About the charity
The Caring Cancer Trust’s mission is to fund ethical, original non-animal tested research into the causes, early diagnsosis, innovative treatment and cure for cancer, as well as helping children recover, provide in-patient support at hospital paediatric oncology units and emergency funds to adult cancer sufferers.