A Preston teenager raised £ 1,140 for the Lancashire Teaching Hospital Children’s Appeal by stepping on the guild wheel.
Jennifer Shorrock, 15, decided to participate in the fundraiser after finding inspiration in her mother, Nicola Shorrock, sister of RPH Children’s Ward.
Jennifer, a grade 11 student at Longridge High School, joined seven school friends in a sponsored 10k walk.
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Proud Nicola, who is also a mom to 13-year-old Matthew, said: “My amazing daughter and her friends took time out over their last year of school to help us raise funds for our appeal to children at Royal Preston Hospital. .
“They know we are passionate about ensuring that children and their families who arrive at the hospital are cared for in a bright and friendly environment.
“The shopping list of items the appeal is fundraising for will ensure that we can improve not only the children’s ward itself, but also the outpatient pediatric patients and make them more comfortable.
“On behalf of everyone involved in pediatric care at RPH, thank you for supporting the efforts of Jennifer and her friends to help.
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Jennifer, who holds a black belt in ju-jitsu and bushido and teaches and trains at the Nippon UK Dojo in Preston, is also a member of the town’s Fever Dance Company.
To donate to Jennifer’s fundraiser, visit – https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/nicola-shorrock
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