Voting for Pam could net charity £25,000

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THERE’S just a few days left to help a charity scoop £25,000 to make a difference to the lives of terminally-ill children.

Hannah’s Holiday Home is in the running for Britain Has Spirit.

It was set up by Pam Marshall, from Horndean, following the death of her daughter Hannah from Hodgkin’s lymphoma, aged 10.

Since then Pam has arranged for thousands of families to spend a well-deserved break at three luxury holiday homes across the south.

She is now through to the final of the national competition.

Claire Cook, who works for the charity, said: ‘Pam is now in the crucial final leg and is in with a real chance of winning the £25,000.

‘It would make a mammoth difference to our charity.

‘We would be so grateful if everyone could vote every day at britainhasspirit.com and selecting the individual category.

‘It takes just 10 seconds and it’s free.’

Voting closes on September 18.