Supermarket serenade for young cancer fighter Callum

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A SUPERMARKET serenade raised £265 to help Keighley boy Callum Ingham with his fight against cancer.

Sainsbury’s worker Derek Steele played his accordion to customers to raise cash for the eight-year-old from Parkwood Rise.

Callum has an aggressive of childhood cancer called neuroblastoma, which may require costly treatment abroad.

The money collected during Derek’s latest performance will help send Callum to America or Germany for treatment if his current treatment in the UK is unsuccessful.

Callum’s mother, Kim Ager, said she was grateful to Derek and Sainsbury’s customers for their contributions.

Derek regularly plays his accordion for charities.

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