Cheryl Baker to join conga for sick Gravesend child Stacey Mowle
PUBLISHED: 15:52 16 July 2013 | UPDATED: 15:52 16 July 2013
More than 2,000 people, including Buck's Fizz star Cheryl Baker will take part in a Gravesend conga to raise money for seven-year-old cancer victim Stacey Mowle.
The youngster is in the final stages of a rare kind of cancer called neuroblastoma, of which there are 100 cases per year in the UK.
Her family are desperately trying to raise £500,000 for treatment which is only available in the USA and the event on Sunday, August 4 at Gravesend Rugby Club, hopes to eat into the fund.
There will also be tribute bands, and the first hearing of Stacey’s new single Look at Me will also be launched for the first time.
It runs from 11.30am - entry costs £4 before 12.30pm and £6 afterwards. The organisers hope the conga makes the Guinness World Records.
Visit thestaceymowleappeal.co.uk/2.html for more information about the cause.