Fireworks cash should be used to help Henry
REGARDING the story in the Herald dated March 6, concerning little Henry Hallam, aged three, who is suffering from a very aggressive cancer.
His parents are desperate to raise £500,000 to enable them to take Henry (pictured right) to America for treatment which is not available in the UK.
A large part of this money could be found by the organisations who put on the firework display on Plymouth Hoe each year.
What a wonderful help it would mean for little Henry if these people cancelled this year's display and donated the money to help with this little child's treatment and gave him a chance to live a life like ourselves.
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If all the organisers of the firework display did the same, that sum of money would soon be reached. I'm sure that if these people made it public that this year's display was being cancelled and the cost of the event was being donated towards the treatment for this little chap, members of the public could have nothing but admiration for the organisers.
All the public who regularly attend this event would feel they were playing a part by missing out on this occasion and knowing that the money was being donated to give little Henry a chance. This may be asking a big question, but wouldn't it be wonderful to make it happen.
R C RICHARDS