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Cancer sufferer, Stacey Mowle, 7, gets £500 donation for treatment abroad

PUBLISHED: 12:29 10 June 2013 | UPDATED: 12:30 10 June 2013

L to R Tesco worker Paolo Ficchi, Jake Mowle (10), Sam Mowle, Stacey Mowle (7), Warren Mowle, store manager Kate Cawthorne, store manager Kirstie Hart, staff Pauline Moody and Lynne Ramsell.

L to R Tesco worker Paolo Ficchi, Jake Mowle (10), Sam Mowle, Stacey Mowle (7), Warren Mowle, store manager Kate Cawthorne, store manager Kirstie Hart, staff Pauline Moody and Lynne Ramsell.

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Seven-year-old cancer sufferer Stacey Mowle was the guest of honour at the opening of a new Gravesend convenience store, which marked its launch by donating to an appeal to help raise £500,000 for her treatment.

Stacey cut the ribbon at the Tesco Express store in Whinfell Way with her brother Jake, and parents Warren and Samantha.

She has Neuroblastoma, a type of nerve cancer and desperately needs to raise funds for treatment in Germany or the USA. Tesco donated £500 to her appeal.

Mr Mowle said: “We would like to thank Tesco for this generous donation and everyone who has supported our appeal so far.”

For more information or to donate visit www.thestaceymowleappeal.co.uk and www.justgiving.com/StaceyMowleAppeal.


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