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Vinyl record sale at St Mary's Church Hall in Dover for Kelly Turner who has a rare cancer

A large vinyl record collection is being sold for the Kelly Turner Appeal.

It will be at the next fundraising Big Breakfast for her on Saturday.

This is at St Mary’s Church Hall, Cannon Street, Dover, from 9am to 1pm.

Kelly Turner, October 2016
Kelly Turner, October 2016

There will also be a stall with various items on sale from Dover Knit and Natter Group.

Meanwhile the Charlton Church Fayre takes place at Dover Town Hall from 10am to 1pm on Saturday, November 11.

These are among of the continual fundraising events for Kelly, 17, of Dover, who needs specialist treatment in America for a rare cancer called desmoplastic small round cell tumours.

She was diagnosed in October 2005 and needs £1 million for the surgery, radiotherapy and immunotherapy.

Kelly had another MRI scan at the Royal Marsden Hospital on Saturday and the results will go to the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

It will view the results and decide if she is now ready for surgery as the cost for that part of the treatment is already covered.

A total £599,972 was raised by Monday for Kelly since fundraising began last year.

For details on how to donate see the Kelly Turner Fundraising page on Facebook or visit the website justgiving.com/fundraising/kelly-turner2000.

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