‘Incredible’ support for six-year-old Worthing girl’s charity cycle ride in aid of Cancer Research UK

Support for a six-year-old Worthing girl’s charity cycle ride in aid of Cancer Research UK has been ‘incredible’.

Monday, 29th March 2021, 2:22 pm

Mum Kaya Field is grateful to all who have donated to the fundraising page, with the total currently standing at £1,843.

Lacey-may Hardley, a pupil at Ferring CE Primary School, wanted to do something to help people affected by cancer and she completed her ten-mile cycle from Brighton Pier to Worthing Pier yesterday.

Kaya said: “She done it and the donation are incredible.

Lacey-may Hardley at Worthing Pier at the end of her ten-mile charity bike ride

“Lacey-may is a very caring young child. She has seen TV adverts on kids with cancer. We also know a few people that have been thought it.

“I’ve done a lot of charity fund raising and bits, so she decided to ask me if she could do a long bike ride for cancer.”

Lacey-may really enjoyed the ride but found it ‘pretty hard’.

She said: “Why I am doing it is because everything I see on the telly, it isn’t fair for cancer people. This is my idea to raise money.

“I see children on TV in hospital with cancer and I get really upset when it comes on. I asked my mum if I could do a bike ride and she said yes, so we decided to do ten miles.”

Visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/kaya-field1 for more information and to make a donation.