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A TATTOO parlour is offering to perform its artwork on people’s bodies to raise cash for two cancer charities.

Jez Bradley, owner of Indelible Ink in Cooperage Green, Gosport, has designed a series of tattoos based on the ribbons made by charity Cancer Awareness.

All of the money raised will be split between Cancer Awareness and the Connor Whipp Appeal.

The appeal raises money for a five-year-old boy in Twickenham who has cancer as he needs treatment not available in the UK.

A previous tattoo fundraiser saw people spend more than £500 at the studio.

And the studio now offers a way to remove tattoos if you decide you no longer want it.

Mr Bradley said it is currently the only studio in Gosport to offer laser removal.

For information and to book call (023) 93 782 482.