Isleham rock hunt raises more than £100 for brave Jay
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More than £100 was raised for six-year-old Ely hero Jay Davison from a rock hunt and painting session in Isleham.
The child of achievement winner has undergone treatment for cancer and his family are raising money to pay for possible clinical trials if he should relapse.
The brave youngster was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, which accounts for a fifth of all brain tumours in children, in early 2017.
Jay took part in the rock hunt in Isleham on Saturday October 27 as friends and family gathered to pick up and paint the funky rocks.
In a post on Jay’s Twiitter page, it said: “Hi Team Jay, I know it’s been a little while but I wanted to do an update with the pictures of all our winners from the rock hunt! The hunt was a huge success and we managed to raise £110.62! Wanted to say another massive thank you for all donations made! #TeamJay”
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Jay has undergone treatments including surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
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