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Raising money for charity in memory of Holly


A RAFFLE is taking place to raise money for a charity which helped a Grappenhall girl during her last, tragic battle with cancer.

Holly Hamer was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called rhabdomyosarcoma in December 2013.  A talented artist, the 21-year-old turned her fight with the disease into inspiration for a remarkable collection of paintings and drawings, entitled “Looking from the Inside Out”  which was displayed at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery. The works detailed  how Holly dealt with aspects of her cancer journey.

At the same time, she was continuing with her education and completed her AS Level in Art.

During this difficult time she was supported by the Chris Lucas Trust, which helps children and young adults through research into Rhabdomyosarcoma and the search for a cure.

Now Holly’s close friend, Kerrie-Ann Wild, from Chapelford, is remembering her friend by raising money for the charity with a raffle with colour-coded tickets depending on what you would like to win.

Among the prizes are:

Green ticket: FREE month of bootcamp with fitmums


Yellow ticket: 3 Free yoga classes with Ommygod yoga

Red ticket: £30 voucher for the Secret Spa

Brown ticket: 4 FREE Kung Fu sessions with Cheshire Kung Fu Organisation

Pink ticket: FREE set of Gel nails @ amylouisebeautyroom

Purple ticket: FREE set of semi permenant lashes and full face of make up by makeup by lizzie

Grey ticket: Bottle of Moet champagne donated by Martin and Julia Hamer

Blue ticket: £25 Amazon voucher

Orange ticket: £50 Body shop voucher

Tickets also can be purchased via Facebook by contacting Kerrie-Ann Wild or leaving a message on Just Giving when making a donation with your name and ticket colour.

You can donate at



A painting from Holly’s exhibition



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