A charity set up in memory of a woman who lost her battle to a brain tumour has been boosted by more donations.
Trustees of Red Wellies, the Lisa Wiles Brain Tumour Support Fund, have received £600 thanks to generous shoppers and a village barbecue.
The charity was founded in the months after Lisa’s death in October 2011 to raise awareness of brain tumours and money for research.
Red Wellies is also the Lynn News charity of the year.
Villagers at Blackborough End have donated a fantastic £200 to the fund following their barbecue last month.
Scores of people enjoyed tucking into burgers and sausages at Manor Farm, in Blackborough End on August 31.
Mother and daughter team Teresa and Megan Heaphy have also raised £408.84 through a range of activites at the Asda store in South Wootton.
Teresa works at Asda and put together a range of bucket collection days along with in store packing.
Charity treasurer Mervyn Wiles is delighted with the donations.
He said: “I would like to thank both groups. Teresa and Megan’s donation was totally out of the blue. They have all done very well.”
Four police officers will be raising money in the Sandringham 10km run later this month.