Newspaper staff raise money in memory of cancer victim Kumi, 9

PUBLISHED: 10:37 10 April 2009 | UPDATED: 23:21 15 June 2010

STAFF at Archant South West, which owns the Midweek Herald, have raised money for a children's cancer charity in memory of a Honiton girl.

STAFF at Archant South West, which owns the Midweek Herald, have raised money for a children's cancer charity in memory of a Honiton girl.Kumi Ife, nine, died after losing a long struggle against cancer.Now £134 is being donated to CLIC's Exeter group.The money was raised through an Easter raffle, organised by distribution manager Pat Smith.Former Honiton Community Primary School Kumi was the niece of Herald photographer Terry Ife.David Ife, Kumi's dad, said he was touched by the gesture and thanked the staff for their generosity.


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