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Cricket club joins forces with charity
2:44pm Tuesday 29th October 2013 in News
WORCESTERSHIRE county cricket club will partner with a charity set up by an 11-year-old cancer sufferer.
Harry Moseley died in 2011 after suffering from an inoperable brain tumour but spent his last two years raising money for his Help- HarryHelpOthers campaign.
He set up the campaign after his friend Robert Harley, a Worcestershire County Cricket Club supporter, died from a brain tumour.
Harry, from Birmingham, sold hand made bracelets and spoke at public events until his health deteriorated and he died in October 2011.
His family set up Help- HarryHelpOthers as a charity in his honour.
The new partnership has led to the creation of a bespoke Worcestershire County Cricket Club bracelet in the club colours.
The bracelets are available at hhho.org.uk or from the WCCC Club Shop during the 2014 season.
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