Looming Crazy at Normanton Altofts Junior School

Children have been going looming crazy, creating individual loomband bracelets for sale to family, friends and in local shops to raise even more awareness of the Goodbye Cancer Campaign. Altofts Juniors are the first local school to capture Lily’s idea to create loomband bracelets and take this wonderful campaign to a new level. Altofts Juniors made in excess of 900 loombands and will be made available for sale in the school after the half-term break during breaks, before and after school. People who purchase a loomband are then asked to take a selfie, wave goodbye to cancer and share it on social media, tagging friends to do the same. 100% of fundraising will go to Cancer Research. We are so pleased to have the support of Altofts Junior School and Cancer Research. The staff, Headteacher Mrs Peacock and Mrs Blackstone have all been very receptive, positive and proactive to helping Lily’s Goodbye Cancer campaign, going the extra mile! We held an assembly where Cancer Research raised awareness about cancer and Lily-Mai’s mum Ali Gordon was able to share more about the impact that all the children in the school are having by being involved. It was wonderful to see the children being so enthusiastic to do their bit to help raise awareness of the campaign. We are grateful of anyone who purchases a loomband bracelet from the activities at Altfots Junior School. The school are collecting funds directly and in fundraising pots in local shops. Please snap a selfie on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram waving goodbye to cancer wearing the loomband and tag your friends to do the same!...

We’re Ready To Launch on World Cancer Day 2015!

It’s 4th February 2015 and it couldn’t have worked out better than to launch Lily-Mai’s Goodbye Cancer Campaign on World Cancer Day 2015. We’ve got the website live now, we’ve got all our social media in place…just a little person to come home from school ready to take the first Goodbye Cancer Selfie and kick start the campaign. Then it’s all systems go! We’re all looking forward to seeing how this campaign takes off! For more information about World Cancer Day visit...

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