A Whittlesey butchers has stepped in to help a three-year-old boy who has lost an eye because of cancer.
Staff at D H Freeman & Daughters family butchers in High Causeway wore pyjamas in store and also dressed up as characters from the school comedy St Trinian’s to raise money for Taylor Kemp and his family.
And with the help of a raffle over £2,000 was raised which will make it a better Christmas for the family.
The Kemps, who now live in Dogsthorpe, Peterborough, still shop at Freeman’s
Tania Parsons, who helps run the store thanked all those who donated, saying: “We felt the family needed a little bit of help.”
The people who dressed up included: Tania, David Freeman, Lorraine Brown, Celia Cooper and customer Jane.