Over the weekend, a convoy of vans drove by means of Stoke-on-Trent in assist of a young person with most cancers.
A bunch of vans carrying banners that mentioned “most cancers hit the unsuitable youngster” walked by means of Fenton in assist of Grey Bradbear.
A 15-year-old resident of Fenton was identified with leukemia final 12 months.
He went by means of 18 months of grueling chemotherapy, compounded by the Covid-19 pandemic, and has two extra years of therapy forward of him.
Sir Stanley Matthews’ Ormiston Academy was wholesome and wholesome earlier than she was identified in June 2020.
Transport firm JW Cantrell Haulage Contractors organized a convoy that handed Grey’s home on Saturday (November 20) and took him and his 17-year-old brother Harry for a stroll.
The video of the convoy exhibits vans pulling off June Highway and driving down Fenpark Highway with lights blinking and honking horns.
Those that participated within the passage met once more on the depot. The occasion can even elevate funds for the Teenage Most cancers Belief.
Residents who witnessed the column mentioned “nicely finished” to all of the members.
Em Challinor mentioned, “They only completed my job, nicely finished with everybody concerned and stay robust, Grey.”
Denise Burton mentioned: “Nicely finished all of the members, it was wonderful.”
Lyn Porter added, “I noticed the vans tonight, it was nice. Good truck drivers. “
And Joan Siggia-Dudley added, “I am so glad you had an incredible birthday, Grey. You’re a very courageous younger man. “