Exmouth police raise money for appeal

KIND-HEARTED officers from Exmouth police station have donated money to The Journal’s Help My Son To Live campaign.

The station raised more than �60 for the appeal in aid of cancer sufferer Raymond O’Sullivan. In excess of �7,000 has been raised for the appeal.

Because the 12-year-old needs treatment in either America or Holland, the money will be used for his family’s travel and associated costs while the NHS will fund the therapy.

Any spare money will be donated to cancer charities.

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