Welney man's campaign for King's Lynn hospital care unit reaches �1,600
A MAN fighting terminal lung cancer through his love for music has raised �1,600 for a hospital care unit so far. Trevor Hogg, of Welney, started his campaign by launching his CD, titled Memoirs of a Crashing Soul, last month at the village s Lamb and Fla
A MAN fighting terminal lung cancer through his love for music has raised �1,600 for a hospital care unit so far.
Trevor Hogg, of Welney, started his campaign by launching his CD, titled Memoirs of a Crashing Soul, last month at the village's Lamb and Flag pub.
Mr Hogg then celebrated his 50th birthday with a fundraising gig on February 6 at Three Holes Village Hall.
Bands that played at the party included Neon Mussolini, Mr Hogg's old band Carte Blanche, Sidewinder and Mr Hogg's current band Oggy and the Originals.
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The money is going to the cancer care treatment unit and palliative care fund at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn.
Mr Hogg said: "My friend Martin Kent arranged the raffle with prizes donated from shops in Ely and Downham Market.
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"His raffles held on the CD launch night and at my 50th birthday raised at least �400 of the total raised.