Over £500 has been raised by Harrington Over 55's Club in aid of the charity Jack's Journey.

The charity was set up by Sam and Andrew Gibson, after their son, Jack, was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2016 when he was just 18 months.

At the club's Easter tea, the money was handed over to Andrea Bell, Jack's grandma; John Coward, a trustee of the charity; three-year-old Jack and his sister, Amelia, 5, by club chairwoman, Val Rothery.

Speaking at the event, John said the charity were within a year of raising the amount needed for a holiday static caravan to help families with sick children.

Harrington Over 55's Club raised the money by holding a coffee morning.