Louth students in tribute to school friend Nicole Williams
TWO students are set to raise funds in memory of a school friend who died last year.
Nicole Williams, who was a much-loved former student of Cordeaux Academy in Louth, passed away on December 3 last year after a brave battle against cancer.
Now an initiative taken by two local young people will see money raised for the Youth Cancer Trust.
Friends of Nicole, CeeJay Liles and Laura Whatling, former Cordeaux students, led an assembly to all the students and staff of Cordeaux Academy on Friday. The girls outlined some facts about cancer, paid a special tribute to Nicole and then publicised an event in aid of the Youth Cancer Trust. The fundraising night which is open to everyone, will be held at the Brackenborough Hotel, this Sunday from 6pm-10pm. Raffle tickets will be sold on the night.
Dyson DC50i - Bagless upright vacuum cleaner - BALL Technology -...View details
Thisi is Dyson's smallest upright vacuum cleaner with the performance of a full size upright machine. The DC50i has Dyson's most advanced cleaner head technology and 2 Tier RadialTM cyclones.
Terms: LIMITED STOCK OFFER. FREE delivery to most UK postcodes - Next working day dispatch.
Contact: 01664 491439
Valid until: Monday, May 27 2013
Principal of Cordeaux Academy, Peter Kubicki, said: "Out of the most difficult times, good can come. I know that Cordeaux and the wider community will support this initiative in memory of Nicole."
The Youth Cancer Trust provides support and free, activity based holidays for young people suffering with cancer or any malignant disease.