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Minster schoolboy Oliver Smith has fund for neuroblastoma treatment boosted by car show at Little Groves in Leysdown and Kent New Look stores

30 April 2014
by Emma Grove

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.

Oliver Smith with one of the cars which was on show at the weekend

Oliver Smith with one of the cars which was on show at the weekend

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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