Fundraisers visit Chesterfield as part of 300-mile walk to honour brave Bradley Lowery

Supporters of  Bradley Lowery, the little boy from Sunderland who touched the heart of the nation, pictured during their stop off at the Arkwright Arms after 198 of their 327 mile sponsored walk, where they were treated to a sports massage by Jane Watts from Optimum Sports Therapy.  They are from left, Graeme Robinson, John Williams, Andy Baxter, Colin Cruddace, Rich Edwards, Billy Mack, Andy King and Mark Busher (on the table).
Supporters of Bradley Lowery, the little boy from Sunderland who touched the heart of the nation, pictured during their stop off at the Arkwright Arms after 198 of their 327 mile sponsored walk, where they were treated to a sports massage by Jane Watts from Optimum Sports Therapy. They are from left, Graeme Robinson, John Williams, Andy Baxter, Colin Cruddace, Rich Edwards, Billy Mack, Andy King and Mark Busher (on the table).

A group of friends raising money for Bradley Lowery – a little boy and Sunderland fan who captured the hearts of the nation during his brave battle with cancer – passed through Chesterfield as part of a 300-mile sponsored walk this week.

They stopped off at The Arkwright Arms pub on Monday and were treated to a sports massage by Jane Watts from Optimum Sports Therapy.

Pictured from left: Graeme Robinson, John Williams, Andy Baxter, Colin Cruddace, Rich Edwards, Billy Mack, Andy King and Mark Busher.

Photo by Anne Shelley.