Dromore youth worker with rare cancer had leg amputated yet wouldn’t change a thing BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Ahead of a Cancer Focus Northern Ireland Big Bucket Collection this Friday, Dromore youth worker Peter Branker tells Marie Foy why he’s always happy to help with fundraising. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/health/dromore-youth-worker-with-rare-cancer-had-leg-amputated-yet-wouldnt-change-a-thing-37049170.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37049167.ece/f37ec/AUTOCROP/h342/S18_498-_Read-Only_.jpg Email Ahead of a Cancer Focus Northern Ireland Big Bucket Collection this Friday, Dromore youth worker Peter Branker tells Marie Foy why he’s always happy to help with fundraising. Dromore man Peter Branker has had a long and arduous battle with cancer. Over the years he has made his peace with the disease and now focuses on helping others who are going through their own personal cancer journey and raising funds for research. He does this by volunteering with charities such as Cancer Focus Northern Ireland. Peter (47), a youth worker, is calling on everyone to give a few hours to Cancer Focus NI to help with their Big Bucket Collection in towns all over Northern Ireland this Friday. All the money raised stays in Northern Ireland to help local cancer patients and their families. The charity is urgently looking for more volunteers so anyone who would like to help, particularly in Strabane, Banbridge, Downpatrick,… Read full this story
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