School raises money for young boy with brain tumour

School raises money for young boy with brain tumour

School raises money for young boy with brain tumour

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BARTON Stacey Primary School has raised £140.20 to help a Denmead youngster who has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour.

Pupils held a charity non-uniform day after hearing about the plight of Jack Robinson in assembly.

The four-year-old was diagnosed with cancer in January and has only a five per cent chance of survival.

He is currently undergoing treatment at Southampton General Hospital, where pop star Gary Barlow visited him last month.

A collection jar in Barton Stacey village shop also raised £80 for the Robinson family.

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