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A fund set up to help a boy with cancer has had a boost of thousands of pounds.
Fashion chain New Look is supporting the Oliver Smith Appeal and Kent stores are fundraising for the five-year-old.
Oliver’s family are raising money for the £500,000 treatment he could need abroad if his condition worsens.
Last week, the firm gave a donation of £2,900 which has been collected in its shops.
There was another boost for the Halfway Houses Primary School pupil from a car club.
Performance UK members held a raffle at Little Groves Holiday Park, Leysdown, on Sunday and raised £161 for him.
Mum Natalie, of Coral Road, Minster, said: “The car show was really good fun.
"I'd like to thank everyone who has donated money."
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