Hitchin businesses to help fund four-year-old Seraph’s cancer treatment

PUBLISHED: 10:00 02 March 2019

Seraph Thomas was diagnosed with High Risk Neuroblastoma two years ago. Picture: Cass Thomas

Seraph Thomas was diagnosed with High Risk Neuroblastoma two years ago. Picture: Cass Thomas

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Two Hitchin businesses are set to raise money for a four-year-old boy who has an aggressive form of paediatric cancer.

The Hitchin community have rallied behind Seraph Thomas, who was diagnosed with high risk neuroblastoma almost two years ago.

More than £36,000 has been donated to a GoFundMe page which hopes to raise £250,000 to fund the next step of his treatment, with Farley’s Barber Shop & Hair Salon in Hermitage Road putting on a 12-hour hair cutting marathon on Monday from midday to midnight.

Owner Felix Camfield-Walker has pledge to donate 100 per cent of the money made to Seraph’s cause.

Call the salon on 01462 421221 to book.

On Saturday, March 9, Lifestyle Emporium in Churchgate will be holding a raffle and cake sale from 10am until 5pm to raise money for Seraph.

Spiderman will be in attendance, and he may be joined by a few of his superhero friends.

To donate to Seraph’s cause, visit gofundme.com/super-seraph-vs-neuroblastoma.


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