500 for cancer treatment From The Northern Echo His kind gesture was inspired by his partner of several years, Frances 'Nita' Parry, who died late last year after a gruelling battle with the disease.
Mr Pickering, who was Ms Parry's main carer in her final months, said he wanted to do whatever possible to ensure Mark did not suffer the way his beloved partner did. He said: "It was lovely to see the little fella, but after seeing him in his bed, it really hit me. "I do not want this family to be in the same position and I don't want that young lad going through sunglass ray ban what Nita did. "I thought I'd do what I could to help his family fulfil their objective and to get him the treatment. "I'd like to see him running about again, playing football or cricket or whatever he likes to do maybe ray ban modelos in a few years' time, he could be doing the Great North Run. "I think Nita would be really proud that this has happened in her name." Mark's parents Hannah and Dean Hammond offered their heartfelt thanks to Mr Pickering, and to everyone else who ray bansunglasses has supported them throughout Mark's battle. Mr Hammond said: "It is overwhelming, you don't know how close your town is until something like this happens and everyone comes together.
" Mrs Hammond added: "Mr Pickering has been amazing, it was so lovely to meet him and Mark was really excited. "We're just trying to do ray ban sunglasses on sale everything we can to help Mark and get him better and we would not be able to do any of this without the support we've had from the community it means the world to us.".
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