Corey Greenway braves the shave for MacMillan Cancer Support - and his dad
Ten-year-old Corey Greenway has every reason to be proud.
After seeing the amazing care the Macmillan Nurses have given to his dad Tony, who has terminal cancer, he decided to brave the shave to raise money for them.
With barbers still closed at the time, it was mum Janet who took the clippers in her hand and shaved Corey’s hair.
He has raised the fine sum of £418 and as he had been growing it especially for the event, he had lots to donate to the Little Princess Trust.
Janet, of Duddon Avenue, said: “I don’t know what we would have done without Macmillan, we’d have been lost without them. We are so proud of him.”
Tony was diagnosed with oral cancer last year and had surgery and treatment, but sadly, the cancer has returned. Janet has now set up a Go Fund Me to help Tony have as many family filled memories as he can and to be as happy and as comfortable as possibly. To donate: https://uk.gofundme.com/f/tony-greenway-memories. To donate to Corey's appeal: www.bravetheshave.macmillan.org.uk/shavers/corey-greenway