SUPERmarket workers stood up to cancer in a 24-hour ‘standathon’ in support of a local girl who lost her life to cervical cancer.
Asda, Halifax, community champion Amanda Clegg and colleagues stood for the entire of their shifts on October 18.
In store there was a collection bucket and information about the Faye Knowles Chapman foundation - who, aged 24, lost her live to cervical cancer, in March 2013.
The foundation aims to educate women on the importance of cervical screening.
Fayes mother Eileen Chapman, of Lightcliffe said: “We’re petitioning for screening to be lowered from age 25 to 20 so that other families don’t have to go through what we have.”
The event raised £200. On November 30 and October 1 there will be a bag packing fundraiser for the foundation.