More than £500 was raised at a sponsored car wash held in support of the 65 Roses appeal to support cystic fibrosis patients and their families.
John MacFarlane, Scott Jarvis, Shane Wagg and Ashley Clark – pictured above – wanted to contribute to the appeal set up in memory of Joshua Manning, who Mr Wagg knew through school.
The appeal, which was set up by Joshua’s mother Angela Manning-Porter and Chris Musgrove-Smith, whose son Christopher is also battling the condition, aims to raise enough money to buy two physiotherapy chairs for the cystic fibrosis ward at the Papworth Hospital in Cambridge
The car wash held in Tottenhill raised a total of £541 for the cause.
Lynn News readers are being urged to get behind the appeal.
If you are supporting the appeal contact reporter Victoria Fear on 01553 817321 with details of your events. MLNF13PT08221