[T]ickets for a gig that is aiming to raise funds for potentially life-saving treatment are still available.
This Thursday (21st June) a gig will be held at the Old Fire Station in Carlisle to raise funds for specialist treatment.
PC Debbie Hall was diagnosed with terminal bone and liver cancer in 2015. In her search for treatment Debbie found potential life-saving treatment in immunotherapy. The nearest centre for this is in Germany. Cost of treatment, travel and subsequent follow-up appointments is estimated to be £75,000.
An online fundraising page has been set up to help reach this target with nearly £50,000 raised so far.
Thursday’s gig will see local bands and musicians perform including Damo, The Postcard Band and Redfish
Tickets are priced at £10 and are available here: www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Carlisle/Old-Fire-Station/The-Debbie-Hall-Fundraiser/13195129/.
To directly donate to the fundraising page please visit: https://www.gofundme.com/help-save-debbies-life.
Chief Inspector Rod Mackay said: “The money raised so far is incredible. I would like to thank all that have donated or been involved in other fundraising activities for Debbie.
“Debbie is an amazing woman who has herself raised thousands of pounds for cancer charities. The focus for Thursday night’s event is of course to raise as much money as possible but I can assure you that it will also be a great evening of live music.
“This event is not restricted to people who know Debbie, it is open to all and I look forward to seeing those that attend.”